Assignment on Letter of Advice

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Table of ContentsLETTER OF ADVISE....................................................................................................................1REFERENCES................................................................................................................................7
LETTER OF ADVICETo, BeataDate:From: City lawyerSubject: Regarding legal remedies against the actions of Agro Ltd.Dear Beata,This letter is written to you as you have requested for getting a legal advice over yourissue with Agro Ltd, on behalf of City lawyers. The firm City Lawyers is happy to help you infinding out a legal solution for your current problems and issues in your professional practices. Iam a trainee solicitor at this law firm and is pleased to assist you in this matter. In this letter, anassistance will be provided to you regarding the damages and claims that you can bring againstAgro Ltd arising from your contract with this firm.Firstly, I will define your commercial relationship with Agro Ltd. As defined by you itcan be stated that you have entered into an agreement with Agro Ltd where the company agreedto style 6 of your models for a fashion show in London on 1stJune 2019. Generally, for a validcontract there are 4 basic elements which are required to be fulfilled. These are offer, acceptance,consideration and intention to create a legal relation1. For commercial and business contract thereare presumptions that parties have intention to make the contract enforceable by law. So for yourcontract as this is an established fact it is a commercial contract which is enforceable under lawand also that both parties to contract are liable to get legal remedy for any issue arising out ofcontract.In this section you are presented with the legal provisions related contract law whichare defined under the legal framework of UK. The contractual agreements and its provisions areguided by the rules of Contract (Applicable law) Act 1999. This act defines the rules andprovision of duties and obligation of the parties to contract along with their rights and getting acompensation in case breach of the contract. This law defines that contract is a bindingagreement between the parties. The rights and obligations are enforceable through court. Thecourts can give decision either as compelling the performance of contractual obligation to awarddamage from the breach of contract.1Golden, J. M., 2016. Reasonable Certainty in Contract and Patent Damages.Harv. JL &Tech.30. p.257.1
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