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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesFall

BUS 393 Lecture 3: Bus393 Chapter 3

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4 Feb 2016
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Contract- a voluntary exchange of promises or commitments between parties that is legally enforceable in out court. The only consensus is that the term
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesFall

BUS 393 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Precedent

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17 Dec 2015
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The first type of question are multiple choice questions. These make up at least half of the points on each exam. Choose the best answer according to t
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesFall

BUS 393 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Syllogism, Undue Influence, Liquidated Damages

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4 Feb 2016
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Dispute that arise with respect to the start of the contractual relationship. When there is a disagreement over the meaning of a term used in a contrac
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesFall

BUS 393 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Unemployment Benefits, Workplace Violence, Independent Contractor

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4 Feb 2016
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An independent contractor performs a specific service described in a contact. Example: consultants and auditors are example of independent contractors
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesFall

BUS 393 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Bailment, Fee Simple, Interest

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17 Dec 2015
18
Rights to something, not the thing itself. Person in possession of goods has right to them, unless there is someone with existing title. Person has pos
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesFall

BUS 393 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Precedent, Corporate Law, Privative

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17 Dec 2015
23
Law: rules enforced by courts does not define ethical behaviour. Public law: regulates relationships w/ the gov"t. Private law: regulates personal and
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BUS 393 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Fiduciary, Apparent Authority, Estoppel

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17 Dec 2015
23
Agent: someone who represents another person in dealings with third party in dealings w/third party: employees, independent and dependant contractors.
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SFUBUS 393Richard YatesFall

BUS 393 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Provincial Superior, Freedom Of Movement, Public Law

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4 Feb 2016
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BUS 393 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Contributory Negligence, Reasonable Person, False Imprisonment

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4 Feb 2016
11
Battery ( a form of trespass to person) - . A crime is offensive conduct considered serious enough for the state to get involved and prosecute the offe
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BUS 393 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: False Imprisonment, Contributory Negligence, Reasonable Person

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17 Dec 2015
24
Deliberate act intent to harm not required, just intent to perform harmful action. Battery: physical harm: threat must be immediate, unwanted and possi
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BUS 393 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Negotiable Instrument, Unconscionability, Rescission

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17 Dec 2015
13
Contract is void because lack of consensus. Each party has a different understanding of particular term(s) In event of conflict over misunderstanding,
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BUS 393 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Reasonable Time, Estoppel, Fax

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17 Dec 2015
15
Invitation to treat: promotions/advertisements of special pricing are not offers: specified time, reasonable time if no specified time, death or insani
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