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  • Remedies Under Breach Of Contract

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    1.3 Remedies available under breach of contract 1.3.1 Breach of a Contract A breach of contract is where a party to a contract fails to perform, precisely and faithfully, his obligations under the contract. This can take numerous forms for example, the failure to supply goods or perform a service as agreed. Breach of contract may be either actual or anticipatory.  Actual breach occurs where one party refuses to form his side of the bargain on the due date or performs incompletely. For example:

  • Herbal Remedies

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    these pills cause a multitude of harmful side effects that are worse than the mental illness itself. Because of this, more people are starting to turn to more natural products for the treatment of mild depression, such as the following ten herbal remedies: Turmeric Tea Turmeric tea for mild depression is easy to make and very affordable. A person can simply steep a spoonful of the golden spice in a cup of hot water or hot milk for a few minutes, or they can buy a bottle of it that is already made

  • A Restraint Of Trade Clause

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    one significant equitable remedy for resisting the enforcement of restraint of trade clauses in employment contracts, certain authorities tend to indicate that the most effective equitable remedy is an injunction, paired with declaratory relief. An injunction is an equitable remedy commonly used to prevent interference with equitable rights (in its exclusive jurisdiction) or to assist in the enforcement of legal obligations (in its auxiliary jurisdiction). The remedy will only be available where

  • Sample Informative Speech Plan

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    INFORMATIVE SPEECH PLAN Title: Natural Remedies for Colds Specific Speech Purpose: To inform my audience of the different ways to treat colds using natural remedies. Statement: People should learn the alternative ways in treating common ailments such as colds since medicine, nowadays, are bought at a high price. INTRODUCTION I. Attention Step: It was a lovely day at school. I was walking to the canteen with my classmates

  • The Legal Concepts Of An Offer Essay

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    a) Common Law Offer The Legal Concepts of an Offer An offer is a conditional promise made by the offeror to the offeree. The offeror will not be bound by her or his promise unless the offeree responds to it in the manner sought by the offeror. That is why it is said the offer is conditional. In the other word, the definition of an offer is a statement made by an offeror that he or she is prepared to be bound to a contractual position-the first essential element to the meeting of the minds of the

  • Law 421 Contracts

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    definition of a contract and the essential elements necessary to form a valid contract. It will briefly discuss breach of contract and the difference between a material breach and a nonmaterial breach of contract. Examples of legal and equitable remedies available for breach of contracts will be highlighted. Also, legal excuses for nonperformance or other grounds for discharge of contracts will be addressed. Finally, three types of common contracts personally and professionally encountered will

  • Herbal and Alternative Remedies

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    HERBAL AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICATIONS Herbal remedies come from plants. If possible, choose a remedy which has been standardized, i.e. the contents are approximately the same in each bottle or tablet you buy. Plant remedies are not always safer than ordinary medicines. All of them can have side-effects and interact with other medicines. Supplements include vitamins, minerals and animal and plant products, such as cod liver oil. They can also have side-effects and interact with other medicines

  • Thesis On Tissue Remedies

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    The author argues that the tissue remedies are uses throughout the world for many health conditions relief of pain, anxiety, stress, depression etc… mental and physical illness through neither for possible of tissue remedies as inevitable part of overall health and wellbeing. Key words: Anxiety, Stress, Depression etc. mental health and Tissue remedies Introduction: Psychological problems, discomforts, illnesses are on a rise in the present era, particularly in women. Today’s

  • Breach of Contract and Remedies

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    Forms of breach of contract and the remedies that can be used. Table of contents: Introduction Contracts as a whole Forms of breach of contracts Remedies Introduction: As long as human kind can remember contracts has been in the existence. Goods were exchanged in order to survive. Therefore a contract can be described as an agreement between two (or more) people where one person offers to do something and another person accepts that offer. So when someone agrees to sell and

  • Andrew Wear Remedies

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    The author introduces and mainly addresses three topics. Remedies that had little less information compared to diseases considering the time period. So Andrew Wear focuses on that latter first. Andrew Wear’s style of writing was a wide reading backed up with primary and secondary sources and also had copious footnotes. As a reminder, Wear’s period of study is 1550-1680, which he describes that one of the greatest threats in early modern world was high infant and child mortality, infection, and high

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