ACCEPTANCE IN CONTRACT (Explanation, Invalid Forms & Communication)

Acceptance in Contract

ACCEPTANCE Another constituent part of a contract is acceptance, i.e, for there to be a contract, there have to be acceptance. In (Zackem Construction Nig. Ltd v. Emmanuel Nneji), the court held thus:“An offer must be accepted in order for a transaction to crystalize into a contract”. Acceptance can be define as the final and … Read moreACCEPTANCE IN CONTRACT (Explanation, Invalid Forms & Communication)

OFFER IN CONTRACT and Invitation to Treat (Definitions & More)

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OFFER An offer may be defined as a definite undertaking or promise made by one party with the intention that it shall become binding on him (the maker) as soon as it is accepted by the party to whom it is addressed. The person making the offer is known as the offeror while the person … Read moreOFFER IN CONTRACT and Invitation to Treat (Definitions & More)

Contract in Law: Definition and Classification

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Definition of Contract A contract can be defined as an agreement which the law with recognize as affecting the legal rights and duties of parties. Tobi JCA defined contract thus: “An agreement between two or more parties which creates reciprocal legal obligations to do or not to do particular things”.  Also, in (Akinyemi v. Odu’A … Read moreContract in Law: Definition and Classification

Numbers KJV – Read Bible online

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Numbers KJV INTRODUCTION: Numbers was written by Moses to the people of Israel, around 1450-1410 B.C., to tell the story of how Israel prepared to enter the Promise Land, how they sinned and were punished, and how they prepared to try again. – Numbers KJV The verses below are presented in the king James Version(KJV) of … Read moreNumbers KJV – Read Bible online

Leviticus KJV – Read Bible online

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Leviticus KJV INTRODUCTION: Leviticus was written by Moses in 1445-1444 B.C., as a handbook for the priests and the levites outlining their duties in warship, and a guidebook of Holy living for the Hebrews. Where? At the foot of Mount Sinai. – Leviticus KJV Leviticus 1 KJV 1:1 And the LORD called unto Moses, and … Read moreLeviticus KJV – Read Bible online

Exodus KJV – Read Bible online

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Exodus KJV INTRODUCTION: The Book of Exodus was written by Moses in the wilderness during Israel’s wanderings, somewhere in the Sinai peninsula. Exodus was written in approximately 1450-1410 B.C., about the same time as Genesis, to record the events of Israel’s deliverance from Egypt and growth as a nation. – Exodus KJV Exodus 1 KJV 1:1 … Read moreExodus KJV – Read Bible online

Genesis KJV – Read Bible online

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Genesis KJV INTRODUCTION: The author of the Book of Genesis is Moses. Why? To record God’s creation of the world and his desire to have a people set aside to be an extension of His life. Genesis was written to the people of Israel, around 1450-1410 B.C. – Genesis KJV Genesis 1 KJV Gen 1:1  In … Read moreGenesis KJV – Read Bible online

Ruth KJV – Read Bible online

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Ruth KJV INTRODUCTION: The author of the Book of Ruth is unknown. Some think it was Samuel, but internal evidence suggests that it was written after Samuel’s death. ‘Ruth’ was written to show how three people remained strong in character and true to God even when the society around them was collapsing. When? Ruth was … Read moreRuth KJV – Read Bible online

Nehemiah KJV – Read Bible online

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Nehemiah KJV INTRODUCTION: Much of the Book of Nehemiah is written in the first person narrative technique, suggesting Nehemiah as the author. He probably wrote the book with Ezra serving as editor. ‘Nehemiah’ is a record of the third return to Jerusalem after captivity, telling how the walls were rebuilt and the people were renewed … Read moreNehemiah KJV – Read Bible online