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Task 14 Task 14 1.1 Essential elements of contract and their impact 5 Task 27 1.2 App

   

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Aspects ofcontract

TABLE OF CONTENTSIntroduction..........................................................................................................................................4Task 1...................................................................................................................................................41.1 significance of essential elements of contract........................................................................41.2 Description of different types of contract along with their impact........................................51.3 Explanation and analysis of different forms of contractual terms.........................................6Task 2...................................................................................................................................................72.1 Applicability of essential elements of the contract in the given case situation.....................72.2 Applicability of contractual terms in the given scenario.......................................................82.3 Evaluation of remedies available to the Mary.......................................................................8Task 3...................................................................................................................................................93.1 Contrast of tort liability with contractual liability.................................................................93.2 Explanation of nature of liability in negligence...................................................................103.3 Vicarious liability of a business by considering case study of Film Flops..........................113.4 Applicability of elements of tort in the given case scenario................................................123.5 Applicability of elements of vicarious liability in the given case scenario.........................12Conclusion..........................................................................................................................................13References..........................................................................................................................................142

ILLUSTRATION INDEXIllustration 1: Different types of contractual terms..........................................................................53

INTRODUCTIONLegal regulations are introduced by regulatory authorities to prevent unfair transactionsfrom commercial environment and to provide protection to the party having less power.Considering this factor, law of contract and tort of negligence, has been developed by BritishParliament (Edwards, Edwards and Wells, 2008). Provisions of these Acts, provide descriptionof standard duties of parties which is mandatory be complied in their respective performance.The present study highlights the explanation of these provisions so as to deliver justifiedrecommendation in the given scenario. For this aspect, appropriate aspects of contract andnegligence law will be undertaken with case references linked with it.TASK 11.1 significance of essential elements of contract Contract means as lawful agreement which is applicable to the parties involved intransaction in which parties are required to perform in accordance with law. However, allagreements are not legally enforceable because provision of validity of essential elements. As perthe provisions of English law, an contract is said to be valid if it is supported by followingelements-Offer and acceptance- Agreement is created by the offer and acceptance of the parties.Offer is regarded as proposal given by one party to another to accomplish their consentfor completion of performance. It is required to be certain and different from request tooffer (Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain v Boots [1953]). It can be provide ingeneral or to a specific party. Offer is considered to be cancelled in certain situations:It is revoked by the offerorAcceptance is not provided in reasonable time periodCounter offer is providedOfferee is not in capacity to provide performanceProposed offer is not possible to perform.Acceptance is consent given by the offerree to the provided offer by offeror. It must be unconditional and in appropriate manner. 4

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