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Unit 3B

Unit 3B - The Language of Contract (TOLES)

TermDefinition
to draft a Bill a bill is proposed legislation under consideration by a legislature.
to draw up a Bill to prepare a written bill, commercial paper, draft, or negotiable instrument and place one's signature on it, creating a legal obligation under its terms.
to debate a Bill to discuss a Bill for and against its cause
to suggest an amendment is a formal or official change made to a law, contract, constitution, or other legal document.
to make a decision can mean either the act of delivering a court's order or the text of the order itself
to form a new law <to form!>
to hand down a judgement <to hand down!>, ex., to officially decide a case by vote On Friday, the Supreme Court handed down a decision upholding the new law. The Court of Appeals handed down a 4–2 decision in favor of the new law.
to issue a new precedent <to issue!>
to decide a case <to decide!>
to make a proposal/suggestion <to make!>
to give judgement for the claimant/defendant <to give!>
to extent of an obligation <to extent!>
to constitute consideration <to constitute!>
to do something on someone’s advice <to do!>, <on!>
to continue to do something until a certain date <until!>
to sue on a promise <on!>
to give judgement for the claimant/defendant <to give!>, <for!>
to be under a legal obligation <under!>
an agreement between two parties <between!>
to do your homework <to do!>
to revoke an offer <to revoke!>
to reject an offer <to reject!>
to make a counter-offer <to make!>
to gain a benefit <to gain!>
to suffer a loss <to suffer!>
to be contrary to public policy or to the law in general <to be contrary!>, <to!>
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