State and explain the various types of offers

• Cross offers This is a phenomenon whereby a party submits an offer to another who has already dispatched a similar offer and two offers cross in the course of transmission. No agreement arises between the parties for lack of consensus ad idem. • Counter-offer: This is the variation or modification or change of the

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Write briefly on: Court Martial

Establishment: it is established by section 85 (1) of the Armed Forces Act as a subordinate court. Composition: the court consists of a presiding officer who sits with not less that two other persons or not less than four others if an officer is being tried or where the maximum penalty for the offense is

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Discuss the consequences of incorporation

• Limited liability: members are as a general rule not liable to make good the debts of corporation. In registered companies, members can only be called upon to contribute the amount unpaid on their share or the amount they undertook to contribute. • Perpetual succession: a corporation is a creation of law. It has no

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