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SOSC 1375 Lecture 1- Introduction-What is Law & What is Socio-Legal Studies.docx

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Department
Social Science
Course
SOSC 1375
Professor
Kerry Taylor
Semester
Fall

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SOSC 1210- Lecture 1 What is Socio-Legal Studies?  It is NOT the study of law, at least not in the way one would study law in a law school  How do you study law in a law school in Canada? 6 Elements of Valid Legal Contract An INTENTION to create a legal relationship--there must be two parties who indicate in some way that they intend to enter into a contractual relationship An OFFER- must be communicated An ACCEPTANCE- an action must be taken indicating acceptance of offer CONSIDERATION- there must be something that is offered and accepted CAPACITY to contract- one has to be legally capable of contracting LEGALITY- agreements that offend the public good are unenforceable because the subject matter of the agreement is illegal Socio-Leg
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