Dispatch of the notice by ordinary is not essential since it is the other party who committed a fundamental breach and who has to bear the risk of any incorrect or failing transmission of the declaration of avoidance. The notice re-quires no specific form. It can be made in writing or even orally. It is, however, disput-ed whether the CISG allows also for an implicit declaration of avoidance and whether mere conduct can constitute such implicit declaration. Thus far, cases of that kind ap-pear to be rare and there is no case law on the question.
It is also not applicable when the contract is admitted expressly, or impliedly by the failure to deny specifically its existence, no further evidence required. In addition, if agreement between parties is not stated in the written contract. It is only applicable to completely executory contracts where in there still no performance made by both parties and not to contracts which are totally executed or partly executory since partial performances furnish reliable evidence of the intention of the parties or existence of the contract. Ratification of contracts infringing the Statute of Frauds may be effected in two ways: 1. By failure to object to the presentation of oral evidences to prove the contract which amounts to a waiver and makes the contract as binding as if it has been reduced to writing.
Consent can either always be recognised, never recognised or sometimes be recognised as a ground of justification. Consent always recognised is where if consent is given the accused can never be charged with that crime. The law should reflect the victim’s choice to consent as a legitimate excuse of individual autonomy. For example, property crimes with consent will not result in theft or malicious damage to property. Consent that is never recognised as defence is identified as ‘paternalism’.
How to obtain and process the information fairly and deciding which categories of personal and private information he/she is entitled to gather. Ensuring that data is adequate, relevant and not excessive  2. Ensuring data only for one or more specified and lawful purposes.  3. Ensuring the use and disclose of data only in ways compatible with the purposes for which it was initially obtained and purposes for which various categories of information may be used.
Having High Net worth Individuals (HNI’s) and corporate organizations invest in treasury securities backed instruments could dictate impending survival of discount houses. There is need for proactive management of discount houses because the recent experience in the country’s financial sector calls for competent discount houses to ensure that banks continue to transact business with them in form of call deposits. Discount houses must be run professionally in order to guarantee optimal contribution to the improvement of the financial
4. Globalization creates freedom to choose markets among globalized economy. EFFECTS OF GLOBALIZATION The globalization process, which began more than a decade and a half ago trapped Nigeria on the basis of political instability. The main features of globalization includes the liberalization of trade, the free movement of capital and the rapid development of information technology. Globalization offers opportunities windows when development rates and exchange rates, terms of trade etc., are on a positive and reasonable scale.
First one is the un-trusted model and second one is trusted model. In the un-trusted model, the data holder is not trusted and may try to discover sensitive information from record owners. Various cryptographic solutions, statistical methods, andanonymous communicationswere proposed to collect records anonymously from their owners without revealing the owners identity. In the trusted model, the data holder is trustworthy and record owners are willing to provide their personal information to the data holder; however, the trust is not transitive to the data recipient. In this case data recipient can attempt to identify sensitive information of record owners.
Property will pass and obligations will arise unless or until the contract is avoided. However, the right to rescission may be lost. Unfortunately, there is no general doctrine of mistake - the rules are contained in different groups of cases. This is also an