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Certified Contract Law Analyst

VS-1158
Certified Contract Law Analyst
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Vskills certification for Contract Law Analyst assesses the candidate as per the company’s
need for managing contract law related matters. he certification tests the candidates on
!ario"s areas in agreement formation# consideration# promissory estoppel#
misrepresentation# fra"d# coercion# "nd"e infl"ence# !oid contract# contingent contract#
contract discharge# restit"tion# $reach and damages.

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areas. (t is also well s"ited for those who are already working and wo"ld like to take
certification for f"rther career progression.

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today*s competiti!e +o$ market# $roaden their employment opport"nities $y displaying
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departments of !ario"s companies# st"dents generally wanting to impro!e their skill set and
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employers the !al"e of their skills thro"gh this certification.
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Contract Law Analysts are in great demand. Companies speciali=ing in contracting or law
pro+ect management are constantly hiring skilled Contract Law Analysts. Vario"s p"$lic
and pri!ate companies also need Contract Law Analysts for their law or finance or pro+ect
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Certified Contract Law Analyst
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1. 1. 1. 1. 9ormation of Agreement 9ormation of Agreement 9ormation of Agreement 9ormation of Agreement
1.1 Offer, Acceptance, and Agreement
1.2 Business Practices and Formation of Agreements
1.3 Acceptance and Rejection of Offer
1.4 Formation of Agreement: Review of Judgments
1.5 Place of Formation of Contract
1.6 Unilateral and Bilateral Contracts
1.7 Battle of Forms
1.8 Incorporation of Terms
1.9 Mistakes and Contracts

5. 5. 5. 5. Consideration Consideration Consideration Consideration
2.1 Consideration: Introduction
2.2 Consideration and Revocation of Offer
2.3 Consideration and Third Party
2.4 Promissory Estoppel
2.5 Intention to Create Legal Relations

;. ;. ;. ;. Setting the Contract Aside Setting the Contract Aside Setting the Contract Aside Setting the Contract Aside
3.1 Coercion and Undue Influence
3.2 Misrepresentation and Fraud
3.3 Capacity to Contract

>. >. >. >. Void Contract Void Contract Void Contract Void Contract
4.1 Contracts and Illegality
4.2 Void Contracts
4.3 Mutual Mistake

5. 5. 5. 5. -ischarge of Contract -ischarge of Contract -ischarge of Contract -ischarge of Contract
5.1 Contingent Contract
5.2 Impossibility and Frustration
5.3 Manner of Performance
5.4 Discharge by Mutual Consent

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6.1 Restitution and Quasi Contracts
6.2 Breach and Termination
6.3 Anticipatory Breach
6.4 Remoteness of Damage
6.5 Measure of Damages
6.6 Liquidated Damages


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Sample @"estions Sample @"estions Sample @"estions Sample @"estions
1. 1. 1. 1. %hich of the following principles wo"ld yo" identify as central to the classical law %hich of the following principles wo"ld yo" identify as central to the classical law %hich of the following principles wo"ld yo" identify as central to the classical law %hich of the following principles wo"ld yo" identify as central to the classical law
of contract& of contract& of contract& of contract&
A. 9reedom of information
?. 9reedom of contract
C. 9reedom from oppression
-. Cons"mer protection

5 55 5. . . . %hich of the following characteristics did not form part of the classical theory of %hich of the following characteristics did not form part of the classical theory of %hich of the following characteristics did not form part of the classical theory of %hich of the following characteristics did not form part of the classical theory of
contract& contract& contract& contract&
A. )'change of promises
?. 9reedom of contract
C. )'ec"tionary nat"re of contracts
-. 9airness

; ;; ;. . . . %hich of the following doe %hich of the following doe %hich of the following doe %hich of the following does not form part of the law of o$ligations& s not form part of the law of o$ligations& s not form part of the law of o$ligations& s not form part of the law of o$ligations&
A. Contract
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C. :estit"tion
-. ,"dicial :e!iew

> >> >. . . . %hich of the following +"risdiction is most important in infl"encing the %hich of the following +"risdiction is most important in infl"encing the %hich of the following +"risdiction is most important in infl"encing the %hich of the following +"risdiction is most important in infl"encing the
de!elopment of the )nglish law of contract& de!elopment of the )nglish law of contract& de!elopment of the )nglish law of contract& de!elopment of the )nglish law of contract&
A. )A
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C. Commonwealth 1ations
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5 55 5. . . . %hat is meant $y )conomic Analysis of Law& %hat is meant $y )conomic Analysis of Law& %hat is meant $y )conomic Analysis of Law& %hat is meant $y )conomic Analysis of Law&
A. he concept that economic considerations sho"ld inform the law
?. he concept that prices o"ght to $e considered in +"dgments
C. he concept that the costs of litigation affect legal change
-. he concept that law is distinct from economics


Answers: 1 (B), 2 (D), 3 (D), 4 (A), 5 (A)