The Principles of Contract Interpretation discussion

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The project topic is The Principles of Contract Interpretation

Project parts are written report, slides, and 1 page handout for the audience. These is what you need to do. This class is Labor relations, from Human Resources Management major.

For your reference citations, use at least 6 different sources or articles (no blogs) published since 2012. Cover page, body, and reference list should be at least 6 pages total in APA format. Project reports must be submitted in WORD format to Turnitin on Canvas. Your sources may be verified. Your project must have at least 80% originality. You may pre-check your own paper for originality through Turnitin until the due date.

Do not use anyone else's writing as your own. Also, do not re-use, recycle, or simultaneously use the same type project paper you prepared for another class. This means that if you submitted this paper elsewhere already (to any other class or for any purpose) then it is not acceptable. All quotes, sources, and work of others must be properly referenced in APA format. Build a 1 page handout of interesting key points for other students. The 1 page handout should bring attention to what you found most interesting to learn about this topic. The 1 page handout should not be just the outline for your report.

You will be graded on thoroughness, writing / composition quality, APA format, innovation, and slides intended for professional presentation. Follow the pointers on Canvas about how to build professional quality slides. Your choice of letter (A...Z) indicates your project due date on the Course Calendar in the Syllabus. Do not expect that late projects will be accepted. Projects are due on the class day on the Course Calendar. You are expected to present your project to the class in a 5 minute presentation using professional slides.

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_____ Draft sent to Smarthinking with receipt sent to instructor: +5 points

_____ Was prepared, ready, and gave presentation on assigned date:  +10 points

_____ Provided Handout with required information to students: +10 points

_____ Presentation was within 5 minute timeframe:  +5 points

_____ Slides were professional:  +10 points

_____ Presentation Delivery:  +10 points

_____ Report was at least 6 pages long: +10 points

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Name: ______________________________ 2019 Labor Relations 36520.11 Rubric points for Labor Relations Project Presentation _____ Draft sent to Smarthinking with receipt sent to instructor: +5 points _____ Was prepared, ready, and gave presentation on assigned date: +10 points _____ Provided Handout with required information to students: +10 points _____ Presentation was within 5 minute timeframe: +5 points _____ Slides were professional: +10 points _____ Presentation Delivery: +10 points _____ Report was at least 6 pages long: +10 points _____ Report in APA format (Cover, in text citations, References on back): +10 points _____ Well organized report overall with subheadings (introduction, body, summary): +10 points _____ At least 6 different sources properly referenced in text of paper: + 10 points _____ Writing/Composition quality (no typos, sentence structure, grammar, etc.): +10 points _____ TOTAL ...
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School: University of Virginia

Attached.

OUTLINE

1. INTRODUCTION
2. BODY
3. CONCLUSION
4. REFERENCES


Running head: MANAGEMENT

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Principles of Interpreting a Contract
Student’s Name:
Institutional Affiliation:
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MANAGEMENT

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Principles of Interpreting a Contract

Introduction
A contract is known as an action that has a lot of significance in terms of the obligation of
laws of the jurisdiction, be it common law or civil law of any country. Contracts are binding
actions set between two or more parties in which the parties are obliged to make and meet certain
agreements and intentions of the parties so that they can settle an obligation. In case any of the
contracting parties fail to fulfill their part of the deal or is not able to complete the exact
intentions of the parties then the person would be legally bound to make corrections on the
contract’s performance and would be the one to pay for damages.
In addressing the issue of performance, a fully defined contract is considered to be
crucial since it gives a clear picture of the contracting teams on the things that they should do.
There are a lot of deals in the commercial world that is not well defined following the fact the
contractual parties have different knowledge concerning the defining terms. Factors such as
diverse knowledge, experience, biasness, and the expected results lead to a varied interpretation
of contracts. There are a lot of instances when the words of contracts fail to show the exact
intentions of the declarant.
On top of that, some contingencies are not revealed by the contracting parties when
making the agreement, which in turn failed to be in the contract. These factors and instances lead
to a lot of confusions to performance and may lead to legal disputes among the parties. In solving
such issues, the paper aims at analyzing the principles of contract interpretation which are the
rules applied to create a better understanding of the terms of the contracts and to gives

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clarifications in cases where the contracts do not provide. The principles discussed in this paper
apply to any form of agreement or instance verbal, written or the ones made through gestures.
There are various reasons for contract interpretation. After sealing a contract, be it verbal
or written it becomes legally enforceable, and the contracting parties are expected to comply
with the stated terms and conditions as stipulated in the deal. The interpretation of an agreement,
therefore, helps in case there are disparities. The main reasons fo...

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