The Art of Drafting a Commercial Contract

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Lubna yusuf A contract is formed when a party with sufficient legal capacity makes an offer and the other party of sufficient legal capacity accepts the offer with a legal consideration. In order to be a contract, the agreement must include valid consideration. That is, both parties must contribute a Quid pro quo [i] to the […]

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Dispute Resolution – The Commercial Way

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Saloni Aggarwal I] INTRODUCTION ‘It bids us remember…to settle a dispute by negotiation and not by force; to prefer arbitration to litigation- for an arbitrator goes by the equity of a case, a judge by the strict law, and arbitration was invented with the express purpose of securing full power for equity.’- Aristotle With globalization […]

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