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I am sure that some of you will agree that if we can write up our likes and dislikes on a relationship and have a partner sign up on it that it will be easier to deal with a relationship. Do you think so? We are going to talk about this article that this gentleman wrote in regards to actually writing up a contract that consists of expectations and favors. He figured men need to find ways of ensuring their happiness. Knowing that at the point that a relationship doesn"t work out the man is almost always the bad guy and almost always experiences the biggest losses; some type of correction is needed.
You will find the complete article on our facebook page No Filters. OR you can all just log in to Blog talk radio and join us tonight at 8pm. Brianna and Annaliza already disagreeing on the issue so it will be really interesting. Let's do this!!!!
Join hosts Kevin Hunter and Jeffrey O'Brien as they discuss a piece of contract law known as the survival clause.
The survival clause is used to describe a contract clause that remains in effect, or is still valid, after the end of the agreement. These clauses include limitations of liability, non-disclosure/confidentiality, non-solicitation, non-competition, indemnities and insurance provisions.
A survival clause is necessary if there are any clauses that one of the parties wishes to have remain in effect after the termination of the agreement.
Join Hosts Kevin Hunter and Jeffrey O'Brien as they discuss Contract Law Integration, and specifically, boilerplates.
It has been said that every contract is made of two parts: the boilerplate and the important stuff i. For many lawyers, boilerplate has become the drafting equivalent of wallpaper -it looks nice, is always around, but after a while you don’t notice it any more. Black’s Law Dictionary defines “boilerplate” as:
"Language which is used commonly in documents having a definite meaning in the same context without variation; used to describe standard language in a legal document that is identical in instruments of a like nature."
Business owners enter into contracts all the time. Before you sign the bottom line, you need to understand what happens if you don't fulfill the contract or have a breach of contract, which is failing to perform any term of a contract, written or oral, without a legitimate legal excuse. This may include not completing a job, not paying in full or on time, failure to deliver all the goods, substituting inferior or significantly different goods, not providing a bond when required, being late without excuse, or any act which shows the party will not complete the work ("anticipatory breach"). Breach of contract is one of the most common causes of law suits for damages and/or court-ordered "specific performance" of the contract.
Learn from business law expert Jeff O'Brien, who joins Kevin Hunter, what you need to know about breach of contract as a business owner.
Each year, businesses lose millions of dollars due to contract leakage. To prevent this, it is important to understand the processes and controls that can effectively identify or prevent financial losses and limit exposure to risks due to contract non-compliance.
Today we are speaking with Patrick Gahagan, who is a Principal in the SC&H Group Contract Compliance Audit Services practice.
There are a few key considerations that must be a part of a contract in order for it to stand up in court. They are a) offer, b) acceptance, and c) consideration. Any objections to an orginal offer constitutes a counter offer, not acceptance, which initiates a whole new contract. Consideration must also be a part of it, and this consists of something of value or something to be deemed as having value by the two parties.
Tune in as Kevin Hunter and Jeff O'Brien dig into Contract Law and it's elements over the next few weeks.
Avoiding contract disputes is highly dependent on having the proper language and considerations in place from the very beginning.
Join Kevin Hunter and Jeff O'Brien on The Business Forum Show as we discuss what consideration you should make before you sign or write contracts, and a few tips to help keep you out of court.
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