COMPUTER HARDWARE NOTES

Hardware refers to the physical, tangible computer equipment and devices, which provide support for major functions such as input, processing (internal storage, computation and control), output, secondary storage (for data and programs), and communication.   System Unit The system unit Read More …

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COMPUTER MAINTENANCE NOTES

INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY DEFINITION OF TERMS i) Computer A computer is an electronic device that accepts and processes data into information and under the control of instructions stored in its own memory and output or store the results for future Read More …

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Defamation Defination

Defamation Character assassination –defamation Ingredients Faisity of statement Statement must be defamatory Clear reference to the plaintiff  It must be published –presence of some witness Types of defamation Libel – visual, print form, audio and visual. It is permanent and Read More …

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Supremacy of the constitution Notes

Supremacy of the constitution It is a constitutional concept which emphasizes on political and economic stability through governance based on the law of land. It identifies the following; Every accused person must be given reasonable opportunity to know the allegations Read More …

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Undue influence

Undue influence It is the use of unfair mental pressure or persuasion upon a party who intends to enter a contract. This interferes with his ability to make an independent decision and the contract becomes voidable, however it is expected Read More …

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Pinnel’s Rule

Pinnel’s Rule This is also popularly known as the rule in pinnel’s case It states the following ‘ a promise made a creditor to accept lesser sumthan owed in satisfaction of the entire debt shall not be binding on Read More …

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FORMATION OF A CONTRACT

FORMATION OF A CONTRACT In order to establish a valid contract all the ten elements must exist and among them the following are most important because they clearly confirm what the terms and intention of parties were. a) Offer This Read More …

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AFRICAN CUSTOMARY LAW

AFRICAN CUSTOMARY LAW This is an unwritten source of law, based on the traditions and customs of the African people in Kenya. It is not every part of African traditions that shall be regarded as African customary law but only Read More …

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INTERNATIONAL LAW AND MUNICIPAL LAW

INTERNATIONAL LAW AND MUNICIPAL LAW a) International law This is either private or public international law and it is simply the law which governs relations and disputes between sovereign states. Hence the parties involved shall be a sovereign state versus Read More …

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