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Reconociendo contrato riesgosos y oportunidades

Amaryllis Ayala Hernáiz, Natalie Rivera Víctor Rivera y Santos Rodríguez

University of Phoenix

Leyes Laborales / Law 531

18 de julio de 2012

Prof. Nelson Cardona Muñiz

Reconociendo contrato de riesgo y oportunidades Entre corporaciones hay cientos de ofertas hechas todos los días. En este informe se explicarán los riesgos legales, oportunidades que se presentan y las alternativas para la solución de los conflictos. Cada vez más los hombres de negocios exitosos y mujeres de la sociedad actual están conscientes de los peligros que se encuentran en los contratos ya sean verbales o escritos. Si el contrato está lleno de ambigüedad y de vagas declaraciones esto puede ser costoso para ambas partes involucradas. Los tribunales, cuando se encuentran con un contrato con tal ambigüedad, no tiene más remedio que confiar en lo que la gente común habría asumido es cierto por el propósito de las partes; y se deja sin efecto aquellas partes del contrato donde el lenguaje carece de información exacta. Esta simulación demuestra los errores y equivocaciones que se pueden realizar y las medidas adoptadas para hacer cumplir un contrato. Citizen-Schwarz AG Bank acusa a Span System de incumplimiento de contrato en el rendimiento de los sistemas que Span System entrega. Citizen-Schwarz AG Bank también afirma que los sistemas de entregas de Span System están en retraso y que la calidad de estos es inaceptable. Citizen-Schwarz AG Bank también indica que el producto tiene errores importantes detectados durante la fase de pruebas de usuario. El acuerdo contractual con relación al rendimiento indica que ninguna de las partes puede cancelar el contrato cuando más del 50% de las especificaciones prometidas se han completado. Citizen-Schwarz AG Bank debería tener un proceso de control de calidad para validar que el…...

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