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TECHNOLOGY IN ENGINEERING CONFERENCE

45 Broughton Street, Brighton

J. Higgins

Purchasing Manager

Zacron Engineering

Unit 5

Hempstead Industrial Estate

Hemel Hempstead

25 May 1998

Dear Mr. Higgins,

We have pleasure in inviting you to our annual conference. This year it will be taking place at the Metropole Hotel, Brighton, from 24 to 28 July.

We enclose details of the conference, accommodation arrangements and a provisional programme.


 

 

Last year you gave a very interesting presentation on the subject of "Purchas High Technology". We would be very grateful if you would consider giving us an update on this.

We would appreciate it if you could confirm your participation at your earliest con venience.

Yours sincerely, P. Matthews Conference Organizer

3. Communication quiz. Choose the best method of communication (on the right) for each problem (on the left):

 

1. You want to talk briefly to someone on the a. hold a meeting
10th floor.  
2. You urgently need to contact a firm abroad. b. write a letter
3. You want to communicate something impor-  
tant to someone in the firm. c. arrange an appointment with
4. You want to communicate something impor- him/her
tant to everyone in the firm.  
5. You want to call your secretary into your of- d. ring him/her on the telephone
fice.  
6. You want to talk briefly to someone in an- e. ring him/her on his/her extension
other firm.  
7. You want to tell everyone about the office f. telex
party.  
8. You want to uniform someone in another g. circulate it with a distribution list
firm of something.  
9. You want to meet someone in another firm h. write a note
to discuss something important.  
10. Your secretary is out. You want to let him / i. write a memo
her know you've gone home.  
11. You want to tell someone his /her work j. put a notice on the notice board
isn't good enough.  
12.You want to discuss a problem with other k. give him/her an interview
four people.  
13.You urgently need to contact someone in 1. talk to him/her face to face
another town who hasn't got a telephone or  
telex. m. send a telegram
14. You want to let 12 people read an interest-  
ing 9-page document. n. use the intercom
15.You want to talk to someone who has ap-  
plied for a job with your company. o. write a memo to all the staff

 

UNIT 2.6. BUSINESS DOCUMENTS. CONTRACTS. TYPES OF CONTRACTS. MAIN CLAUSES OF CONTRACTS

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. Pre-reading stage:

1) What types of contracts do you know?

2) What information do contracts usually contain?

1. Study the following words and word-combinations:

1. contract for the preparation of a detailed project report - '

2. contract for the sending of specialists -

3. contract for rendering technical assistance in the construction of a project - '

4. contract for the supply of complete equipment -

5. contract for the sale of know-how and license - -

6. research and development contract -

7. developmental contract -

8. risk contract -

9. reference number -

 

10. insurance payments -

11. responsibility of the parties and procedure for setting disputes -

. While-reading stage:

Read and translate the following text

CONTRACTS

After the prospective buyer receives the offer, he carefully studies it. Then, very often, he has a few talks or exchanges letters with the prospective seller. After the two parties come to an agreement about terms and conditions of the transactions, they sign a contract.



Contract is an agreement between the parties involved that creates a binding obligation. In general, contracts may be either oral or written. Certain classes may be written and signed. These are contracts involving the sale and transfer of real estate, and contracts to guarantee or answer for the miscarriage, debt, or default of another person. A contract forms the basis of a transaction between the Buyers and the Sellers.

There are such types of contracts as:

1. contract for the preparation of a detailed project report

2. contract for the sending of specialists

3. contract for rendering technical assistance in the construction of a project

4. contract for the supply of complete equipment

5. contract for the sale of know-how and license

6. research and development contract

7. developmental contract

8. risk contract.

Some of the items are necessary in any contract: legal title of the contracting parties, subject of the contract, quality, price, delivery and payment terms. As a rale a contract contains a number of clauses, such as:

1. date of the contract

2. place or city

3. reference number

4. names of the buyer and the seller

5. description of the goods

6. price and the total value

7. terms of delivery

8. terms of payment

9. rights and duties of the parties

 

10. responsibility of the parties and procedure for setting disputes

11. addresses and essential details of the parties, etc.

In order for a contract to be a legally binding agreement, it must contain the following elements:

there must be an offer and an acceptance;

there must be consideration (i.e. something must be offered in exchange for something else);

there must be an intention to create legal relation.
Here is an example of an agreement:


 

 


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AGREEMENT ______

City of Kherson Date:______ 2001

State Committee of Ukraine for Tourism
"Fregat", Ukraine, 73020 Kherson, 2
Ushakova Av., represented by Yuri I. Pal-
mash of the Board, further on named as
"Fregat" and __________________


 


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And further on named as "Firm" made the two parties to agree on the following:

Subject of agreement

1.1. Within 2000 - 2001 "Firm" sends "Fregat" groups of tourists following the terms stipulated in this agreement.

1.2. "Fregat" provides the services in accordance with the field program and against Vouchers issued by "Firm" programs are considered to be the inseparable part of this agreement, as well as provides visa support.

1.3. "Firm" sends information fifteen days prior to the date of the group arrival to the first point of destination.

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