Report On Analysis Of Different Aspects Of UK Law & Obligations

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Law for Business Managers
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................11. (a) Meaning of legal phase in the law of contract.......................................................................11.(b) The traditional assumptions surrounding domestic and commercial arrangements betweencontracting parties............................................................................................................................12 Agreement in E-commerce as to when contracts are made.........................................................23 Distinguish been an offer and an invitation to teat in E-commerce.............................................34 obligations are owed by companies under the Consumer Rights Act 2015...............................3CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................4REFERENCES...............................................................................................................................5
INTRODUCTIONIn the making any type of Legal contract it is also important that all elements must beincluded. At the time of making or production of an agreement in the E commerce, all conditionsmust be fulfilled (Chemerinsky, 2016). The present report analysis on the different aspects ofUK law and obligation which imposed on business firm will be performed. It makes analysis onthe legal phase and agreements which create obligation on E -Commerce business. In addition, italso makes analysis on distinction between offer and invitation to the same.1. (a) Meaning of legal phase in the law of contractGenuine intention to be bound” is part which is torel to the element of contract. It isdefined as the intenton to enter a legally binding agreement or contract. In the Contract Act, it isimportant that both the parties should hold intention to making and it should be legally boundthem. A contract is legally binding (Cheung and Yang, 2016, 2016). Once ce offer, aere isagreement, but not necessarily a contract. For making a true contract it is important that thereshould be “ intention“intention egal relations”As according to the English law, there are some conditions which need to be fulfilled.Contracting parties needs to be make a serious contractAs according to the Law of contract, when two parties decides to enter in theenvironment of contract at that time they both should understand contents of contracts (Costelloand Hancox, 2014). If one of them, does not understand the same then it becomes void contract.No intention ofcreate legal relations then it would be not enforceableDuring making any types of agreement it is essential that it should be based on creatinglegal relation. If there is no intention, of creating legal relation so there is not being enforceable.Parties cannot sue each otherAt the time of making any type of contract it is essential that, if any one of them does nothave intention to create legal relation then they cannot sue to each other in any case.1.(b) The traditional assumptions surrounding domestic and commercialarrangements between contracting partiesDomestic Agreements1
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