10. On the other hand, the bilateral nature of the agreements is a key priority for a treaty theory, see of Moor, , Are they treaty promises? supra note 6, at 104.Google Scholar 15. In applying the doctrine of consideration to the exchange or immediate sale agreements, I interpret the doctrine of reflection as broader than Treitel`s statement: „It is quite insignificant that the seller has made a good deal and thus benefits from the performance of the contract. The law speaks of the consideration of a promise, not the consideration of a contract. Treitel, G.H., The Law of Contract 53 (7th edition 1987). Google Scholar The fact that a barter or sale is immediate does not mean that there are no terms of the agreement that constitute guarantees or guarantees as to the adequacy of the goods exchanged, or that the seller has a good title or sales power. The validity of these guarantees or assurances regarding their appeal appears to depend on the fulfilment of the contract, as suggested by Treitel`s debate on previous considerations; Id. at 61-62. But there are no promises here. 50. This applies in the case of the enforcement agreement.
In the case of a simple exchange (see note 8 above), it is the obligation to respect the terms of trade, as in the example of green oats and old oats that have just been mentioned, compliance with customs duties implies respecting the terms of trade in the first place. The point of enforceable force is always applicable, because the idea is to place someone in the position in which they would be under the treaty, even if that does not mean putting someone in the position they would be in if enforcement obligations were met. So far, the tracks and joints have been widely discussed on the basis of agreements between institutions and their professional and academic communities. These rules are closely linked in East Asian and continental European countries, such as France and Germany, where social partners – workers, employers, confederations and the federal states – work closely together to maintain the links between higher education and work. On the other hand, some countries have tried to broaden the channels and strengthen the articulation in higher education by creating a national framework of certifications beyond institutions. National certification frameworks generally establish qualifications in a table in which qualification sets are sorted by level of education and columns by broad range of sectors, professional category or education sector.