Contract law Crossword
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A contract in which the agreement is reached by the parties' actions rather than their words.
Any meeting of the minds resulting in a mutual assent to do or refrain from doing something.
A contract that is created when the parties have knowingly and intentionally agreed on the promises and performances.
The offeree's expression of agreement to the terms of the offer. The power of acceptance is created by a valid offer.
9. A contract that lacks one or more of the basic required elements of a contract or that has not been formed in conformance with the law from the outset of the agreement and, thus, cannot be enforced by either party.
A contract that one party may, at its option,either disaffirm or enforce.
A contract that has necessary elements and, thus, can be enforceable.
An action terminating an offer whereby the offeree rejects the offer outright prior to acceptance.
A contract involving two promises and two performances.
The body of law governing contracts for goods or products; based on the Uniform Commercial Code.
A classification that permits a contract to be enforceable in cases where was no express or implied contract exists and one party suffers losses as a result of another party's unjust enrichment.
In contract law, an erroneous belief that is not in accord with the existing facts.
The body of law governing contracts for services or real estate.
An action terminating an offer whereby the offeree rejects the original offer and proposes a new offer with different terms.
An erroneous belief held by only one party about a basic assumption in the terms of an agreement
An erroneous belief held by both parties that concerns a basic assumption on which a contract was made.

Business Law Word Search

Business Law Word Search
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types of consideration
expiration of time
genuine agreement
voidable contracts
death or insanity
misrepresentation
emotional duress
economic duress
physical duress
undue influence
consideration
counter offer
concealment
acceptance
capacity
rejection
contract
mistake
duress
fraud
offer

Contract Word Search

Contract  Word Search
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unilateral mistake
divisible contract
executed contract
state common law
entire contract
formal contract
mutual mistake
genuine assent
void contract
valid contract
lapse of time
counteroffer
acceptance
revocation
agreement
rejection
mistake
offer

Government Crossword

Government Crossword
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The constitutional power of the chief executive of a state or nation to prevent or delay the enactment of legislation passed by the legislature; reject
A formal agreement or contract between two or more states, such as an alliance or trade arrangement
In violation of the requirements of the constitution of a nation or state.
Process by which overtime many changes have been made in the Constitution which have not involved any changes in its written words
A system of government in which a written constitution divides power between a central government and regional or sub-divisional governments
Review by the US Supreme Court of the constitutional validity of a legislative act.
Separate parts of a legal document that deals with a single subject
An international agreement, usually regarding routine administrative matters not warranting a formal treaty, made by the executive branch of the US government without ratification by the Senate.
A custom whereby presidential appointments are confirmed only if there is no objection to them by the senators from the appointee's state, especially from the senior senator of the president's party from that state.
A body of people representing the states of the US, who formally cast votes for the election of the president and vice president.
A body of persons appointed by a head of state or a prime minister to head the executive departments of the government and to act as official advisers.
Counterbalancing influences by which an organization or system is regulated, typically those ensuring that political power is not concentrated in the hands of individuals or groups.
Proposing an amendment, which can be done by either both chambers of Congress, passing it by a two-thirds vote or by two-thirds of the states requesting a convention be held to consider amendments
An article added to the US Constitution.
An introductory statement; especially : the introductory part of a constitution or statute that usually states the reasons for and intent of the law
An act of vesting the legislative, executive, and judicial powers of government in separate bodies
The first ten amendments to the US Constitution, ratified in 1791 and guaranteeing such rights as the freedoms of speech, assembly, and worship.
Of or relating to an established set of principles governing a state.
The restriction of the arbitrary exercise of power by subordinating it to well-defined and established laws.

Business & Personal Law Chapter 5 Crossword

Business & Personal Law Chapter 5 Crossword
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Any agreement enforceable by law
A personal proposal by one party to another intended to create a legally binding agreement
A valid offer that is met by a valid acceptance
The legal ability to enter a contact
The exchange of things of value
The final element of a contract
A contract that a party to it is able to void or cancel for some legal reason
A contract the court will not uphold
A contract stated in words that may be either oral or written
A two-sided contract that contains two promises
An invitation to deal trade or make an offer
States that the acceptance of an offer must not change the terms of the original offer in any way
Any change in the terms of the offer that means the offeree has not really accepted the counteroffer
Take back an offer by the offeror
A refusal on an offer by the offeree which brings the offer to an end
The second partys unqualified willingness to go along with the first partys proposal
A contract that has no legal effect
A contract that comes about through the actions of the parties
A contract that contains a promise by only one person to do something if and when the other party performs some act

Contract LAw Crossword

Contract LAw Crossword
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All contracts begin when a person or a company proposes a deal. It might involve buying something, selling something, doing a job or anything else. But only proposals made in certain ways amount to a legally recognized offer.
Certain kinds of trickery and force can prevent the formation of a contract.
The Parties must be adults of sound mind
A contract where both parties make a promise
An agreement that neither party may legally enforce.
A agreement with all important terms explicitly stated
A doctrine in which a court may enforce a promise made by the defendant even when there is no contract.
The party in contract negotiations who receives the first offer.
When something is sought by the promisor and given by the promisees in exchange for their promises.
To give notice of refusal to be bound by an agreement.
Requires certain contracts to be writing
Contracts can not be a one-way street; both sides must receive some measurable benefits.
The contract must be for a lawful purpose.
A contract that satisfies all the law's requirements
Things that are movable, other than money and investment securities.
Cancellation of the offer.

Business Law Crossword Puzzle

 Business Law Crossword Puzzle
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Any meeting of the minds resulting in mutual assent to do or refrain from doing something.
The governing body of law of contracts services or real estate.
The body of law governing contracts for goods or products; based on the Uniform Commercial Code.
A contract that involves terms for both goods and services; the source of law is established by determining the predominant thrust of the subject matter.
A contract involving two promises and two performances.
A contract involving one promise followed by one performance, which then triggers a second performance from the offeror.
A contract that is created when the parties have knowingly and intentionally agreed on the promises and performances.
A contract in which the agreement is reached by the parties' actions rather than their words.
A classification that permits a contract to be enforceable in case where no express or implied contract exists and one party suffers losses as a result of another party's unjust enrichment.
A contract that has the necessary elements and, thus, can be enforceable.
A contract that lacks one or more of the basic required elements of a contract or that has not been formed in conformance with the law from the outset of the agreement and, thus, cannot be enforced by either party.
A contract that one party may, at its option, either disaffirm or enforce.
A contract that meets the elements required by law for an otherwise binding agreement but is subject to legal defense.
A contract that meets one or more specific requirements of construction.
A contract that is not required to be under seal by statute or to possess a certain form or language.
A contract that is completed.

Business Law Crossword

Business Law Crossword
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The name given to the person bringing an appeal against a decision of a lower court
A contract where the terms are set out on a standard written document
A contract that is binding on one party but the other party has the option to have it set aside. Until set aside the contract has full legal effect
A contract that has no legal effect
Goods and services appropriate to a person’s social standing and required at the time
A promise by one party to give, do or refrain from doing something in return for similar by the other party
To authorise or approve an agreement after it has been made.
Fundamental terms that go to the root of the contract
A term stated either orally or in writing by one of the parties making the contract
A term in a contract which is not expressly agreed by the parties to the contract
A clause which excludes the liability of one party
A clause which limits liability of one party to a certain sum
A pre-contractual statement that induces the making of the contract.
A statement that is part of the contract
Minor terms of a contract which are incidental to the main purpose of the contract
A person who accepts an offer
A person who makes an offer
Withdrawal
Generally means law developed by judges through decisions in courts as opposed to laws created by Parliament
A document of proposed law to be discussed by Parliament which if passed is called an Act

Contracts Crossword

Contracts Crossword
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Party who agrees to an offer
Party who makes the offer
An agreement can be both in writing and ________________
Legally binding agreement between tow or more parties
Typical type of damages awarded for breach of contract
Party to whom an offer is made
A mutual understanding or meetings of the minds between two or more parties regarding the terms of a contract
Voluntary act by the offeree that shows assent (or agreement with) the terms of the offer
An agreement that arises when an online buyer clicks on "I agree" or otherwise indicates asset to be bound by the terms of an offer
Rejection of an offer and replacing it with a new offer
Termination of an offer

Contract Law Crossword

Contract Law Crossword
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An essential part of consideration is that both parties must get something of value
The inducement, price, or promise that causes a person to enter a contract and forms the basis for the parties’ exchange
The non competition agreement must be part of a larger agreement
The legal ability to enter into a contract
To cancel a contract
Occurs when both parties negotiate based on the same factual error
The two parties must have bargained for whatever was exchanged and struck a deal
A minor who disaffirms a contract must return the consideration he has received, to the extent he is able
The contract made while a person was intoxicated is:
Immediately terminating the offer
What age group lacks capacity?
The contract must be for a lawful purpose
When both parties must agree to the terms
Occurs when the main obligations of a contract end
Type of contract where both parties make a promise (to do something) for each other
When one or more parties has not fulfilled its obligations under the contract
Satisfies the law’s requirements

Elements of a contract Crossword

Elements of a contract Crossword
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To contract means the legal competence of a person to enter into a valid contract.
Essential element of an agreement in contract law whereby an agreement is legal and enforceable only if it complies with the law of the land and public policy.
In contract law is simply the exchange of one thing of value for another. It is one the six elements that must be present for a contract to be enforceable.
Intention to create legal relations is defined as an intention to enter a legally binding agreement or contract. Thus, both of the contracting parties will enable to be serious into the contract.
An invitation to another person to make an offer to contract.
An offer made in response to a previous offer by the other party during negotiations for a final contract.
A void contract cannot be enforced by law.
A concept of English law, a misrepresentation is an untrue or misleading statement of fact made during negotiations by one party to another, the statement then inducing that other party to enter into a contract.
Discharge of a contract means termination of a contract.
Receiving something from another with the intent to keep it, and showing that this was based on a previous agreement.
A person or entity to whom an offer to enter into a contract is made by another (the offeror).