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RYERSONLAW 122Kernaghan WebbWinter

Chapter 10 Notes

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RYERSONLAW 122Kernaghan WebbWinter

Chapter 9 Notes

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 not every statement communicated during the negotiation process is a contractual term. A statement becomes a contractual term only if it is included
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Chapter 11 Notes

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 as we learned in chapter 9 & 10, some contracts come to an end when they are voided or rescinded. Most contracts, however, are brought to an end via
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RYERSONLAW 533Kernaghan WebbFall

LAW 533 Chapter 1-13: LAW533 NOTES

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Law 533: corporate social responsibility ethics and the law. Chapter 1: an overview of the corporate social responsibility, ethics and the law landscap
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RYERSONLAW 122Kernaghan WebbWinter

LAW 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Liability Insurance, Property Insurance, Private Law

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 as consumers, we all need to be aware of the rules that govern commercial transaction. In terms of employment, you may intend to work in the public s
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Chapter 8 Notes

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RYERSONLAW 122Kernaghan WebbWinter

LAW 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Specific Performance

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 one or more remedies may be available if a contract is breached.  in the vast majority of cases, the remedy for a breach of contract is damages: dam
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RYERSONLAW 122Kernaghan WebbWinter

LAW 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Contract

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 most ppl are unaware of the vast number of contracts they enter into every day. Buying a book from a friend: contract: is an agreement that creates r
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RYERSONLAW 122Kernaghan WebbWinter

LAW 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Contributory Negligence

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The tort of negligence requires the plaintiff to prove that the defendant: Owed a duty of care, in that it was required to act carefully toward the pla
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RYERSONLAW 534Gil LanWinter

LAW 534 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Res Ipsa Loquitur, Brian Dickson, Due Diligence

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Due diligence defense centered on what the reasonable person would have done. Negligence consists of an unreasonable failure to know the facts that mak
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RYERSONLAW 525Douglas C NewFall

LAW 525 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Human Resource Management, Canadian Commercial Corporation, Sweatshop

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Chapter 12: corporate social responsibility and business-consumer relations. No single accepted authoritative definition of csr. Csr typically describe
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RYERSONLAW 603Nick IannazzoWinter

LAW 603 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Consignee, Consignor

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