good consideration


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good consideration

Usually signifies something founded on moral obligation or affection for the value necessary to support an enforceable contract.Many deeds will recite they are in consideration of love and affection.This is good consideration,and is sufficient,but it is not valuable consideration.

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The provisions for good consideration concluded between the undignified heir and third parties, purchasers of good faith, are maintained, rules of the land register matter being, however, applicable.
In terms of the factors mentioned, the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is a good consideration for people looking for an alternative to Apple's iPad.
Likely, you will need some assistance making the calculation, but the main thing to understand is that you should not let a policy lapse without good consideration. And once you consider how much value the policy might have to you, there are third parties that might be willing to purchase the policy from you.
We gave it very good consideration for 2011, and then at the end of last year when Prince Khalid decided to keep him in training this became the major objective."
He also submitted that age is a good consideration for leniency.
Therefore, a lenient view may be taken." He also submitted that "age is a good consideration for leniency".
In other words, an act shall not be a good consideration for a promise unless it is done at the desire of the promisor.
Grimthorpe added that a bid for York's International Stakes on August 17 - sponsored by Abdullah's Juddmonte stud operation - would "get very good consideration - but, three weeks might be too soon".
Counseling is also a good consideration since you will gain much support and insight on coping measures through your counselor.
Refusal has typically been expressed in the rule that performance of a pre-existing duty is not good consideration for a new promise in return, as established in Stilk v Myrick (1) and confirmed in Gilbert Steel Ltd.
His claim may however fail if: (a) the payor intends that the payee shall have the money at all events, whether the fact be true or false, or is deemed in law so to intend; (b) the payment is made for good consideration, in particular if the money is paid to discharge, and does discharge, a debt owed to the payee (or a principal on whose behalf he is authorised to receive the payment) by the payer or by a third party by whom he is authorised to discharge the debt; (c) the payee has changed his position in good faith, or is deemed in law to have done so."
"It made me think why, in England, they don't have such a good consideration of Irish players?