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Business Law Assignment
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Business LAW ASSIGNMENT1
Contents
Question 1...................................................................................................................................................3
Question 2...................................................................................................................................................3
Question 3...................................................................................................................................................3
Question 4...................................................................................................................................................3
Question 5...................................................................................................................................................4
Question 6...................................................................................................................................................4
Question 7...................................................................................................................................................5
Question 8...................................................................................................................................................5
Question 9...................................................................................................................................................5
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Question 1
The chosen contract for this assessment is an employment contract. The motive behind
the development of this contract is to eliminate all the future possible conflicts between the
parties. There are two parties namely Jack and Kate. As stated above, this is an employment
contract and therefore the relationship between the parties is of the employer (Jack) sand
employee (Kate).
Question 2
For every valid contract, there must be an intention to create legal relationship (E-
lawresources.co.uk, 2018). This is the contract where both of the parties i.e. Jack and Kate
wanted to develop an employment relationship with each other, hence to say that yes, they both
were intended to create legal relationship. In this manner, the contract developed between them
was an enforceable one.
Question 3
In the employment contracts, the employer makes an offer. In the addition to the
identification of the parties to the contract, this is also identified that Jack, being the employer of
Kate made the offer. As this is a valid contract, therefore, it is clear that offeree i.e. Kate has
accepted the offer.
Business LAW ASSIGNMENT3
Question 4
An offer must be communicated through a valid mode. Parties to the contract can decide
the mode of communication (Miller, 2014). In the chosen contract, jack made the offer in a
written form. A letter is considered a valid mode of communication in a contract. Further, Kate
also reverted her acceptance by singing the contract presented by John.
Question 5
A contract is formed as soon as an offeree gives his/her consent to the same. However,
this is necessary that all the elements of a valid contract must be there (Businesslawbasics.com,
2018). The subjective contract has been developed in Ontario, Canada. When Kate replied to
John, the contract gets developed between them because all the other elements such as
consideration and intention of the parties to create legal relationship were there.
Question 6
In the contracts of employment, the consideration for employees is the remuneration that
their employer pays. On the other side, the services of an employee are a consideration for
employers. In the contract made between John and Kate, they have decided that John will pay
538 C$ to Kate and Kate has to provide her accounting services to John’s Organization in return
under clause 6.
Question 7
As the name implies, pre-contractual representation is a situation where one of the parties
to the contract makes some representation to another party to the contract about a fact of subject
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