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Contract Law

1. Give English equivalents of the following word combinations:

1. Сторона (контракта)

2. Кауза, основание контракта

3. Составить контракт

4. Принять условия контракта

5. Контракт, имеющий юридическую силу

6. Заключать контракт

7. Имеющий неотклонимую силу, неотклонимый к выполнению

8. Отторгать предложение

9. Встречное предложение, контроферта

10. Неотклонимые (значительные) условия контракта

11. Предмет контракта

12. Права и обязанности сторон

13. Устный/письменный контракт

14. Возбудить судебное дело против кого-то

15. Нарушение контракта

16. Пострадавшая сторона

17. Вред, компенсация за причиненный вред

18. Расторгнуть контракт

19. Передача прав по invite prepare represent договору третьему лицу

20. Присудить выплату компенсации

2. Translate into English:

1. Контракт будет иметь юридическую силу, только если одна сторона воспринимает предложение другой стороны.

2. Они достигнули соглашения по стоимости, но не смогли условиться о сроках.

3. Компания нарушила контракт реализации, и пострадавшая сторона возбудила против их судебное дело.

4. Этот контракт не имеет юридическую invite prepare represent силу, так как он не был оформлен на бумаге (в письменной форме).

5. Трибунал присудил 2000$ компенсации за убытки из-за нарушения договорных обязанностей.

6. Основание контракта – это обещание обеих сторон что-то дать друг дружке, однобокое обещание не приводит к заключению контракта.

7. Три нужных требования для заключения контракта: согласие сторон invite prepare represent, кауза (основание контракта) и намерение сделать юридические дела.

8. После 4 часов переговоров они, в конце концов, подписали контракт.

9. Можем ли мы расторгнуть контракт с этой компанией, если она не нарушила по нему никаких критерий?

10. Покупая какие-либо продукты либо услуги, мы вступаем в договорные дела.

3. Answer the following questions invite prepare represent:

1. What is necessary for a valid contract to be formed?

2. What is counter-offer? When and why does it occur?

3. What are rights of parties? What are obligations? Explain the terms and give your examples.

4. What is breach of contract? What happens if a contract is breached? Give examples of invite prepare represent possible remedies for a breach of contract.

5. What’s assignment? What’s the difference between an assignor and an assignee?

Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form of the Passive Voice.

1. Every point must … (write), oral agreement isn’t enough.

2. The copy of the contract …(post invite prepare represent) yesterday, you’ll receive it in 5 days.

3. All my offers to go out … (reject) by this cold beauty, my heart … (broken)!

4. Your promise to help me with the report … (keep), I will never count on you again.

5. According to the terms of the contract, the house … (build) by the end invite prepare represent of the year.

6. If we breach any terms of this contract, we … (sue) by the injured party.

7. Our company signed the contract without delays, because we … (offer) generous conditions.

8. Any further actions …(take) by our lawyers if you accept our offer.

9. 30000$ of damages … (award) by the court last Friday to invite prepare represent cover the losses “Stein&Fredricks” had suffered.

10. Shipment by the 30th of August … (require) according to the essential terms of the current contract.

Complete the following sentences with the passive or active forms of the verbs below to make them grammatically correct.

Sign not accept award negotiate make read not invite prepare represent carry out

invite prepare represent

1. I … the contract, when my lawyer entered the meeting room.

2. James Cameron … lots of prizes in his career for his remarkable films.

3. This lawyer … by the chief of our company specially for drawing up a correct contract.

4. When the contract …, they went to invite prepare represent the restaurant to celebrate it.

5. … everything … for the negotiations today?

6. Could you call back later? Mr.Chan … the company in the court now.

7. This contract must … in writing in our jurisdiction or it is not valid.

8. They … already … all the terms and conditions and reached the agreement.

9. Since your invite prepare represent obligations under the contract …, you clearly have breached the contract.

10. The counter-offer … by the party, so the contract was not formed.

Rewrite the sentences, changing the underlined verbs from active to passive:

1. They will file a lawsuit if I breach the contract.

2. You must carefully read the contract before you invite prepare represent sign it.

3. Did you accept the offer our client мейд to you?

4. How much damage would the court award to us if they breach the agreement?

5. What obligations exactly didn’t we carry out, Mr. Thompson?

6. If they want to terminate the contract, they need to find serious grounds for invite prepare represent that, otherwise we can sue them!

7. Our company performed all the contractual obligations!

8. Unfortunately, we can’t recover all our losses.

9. Your incompetence caused failure to carry out our obligations.

10. The court ordered the breaching party to pay huge compensation.