Good consideration

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GOOD CONSIDERATION, contracts. A good consideration is one which flows from kindred or natural love and affection alone, and is not of a pecuniary.nature. Vin. Ab. Consideration, B; 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 613. Vide Consideration.

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If you are sure of that, on good consideration, send Charley to me this night week--'for the letter.
When deciding about the housing issue, one should make a good consideration of the finances", Stavreski underlined.
2 is a good consideration for people looking for an alternative to Apple's iPad.
Likely, you will need some assistance making the calculation, but the main thing to understand is that you should not let a policy lapse without good consideration.
We gave it very good consideration for 2011, and then at the end of last year when Prince Khalid decided to keep him in training this became the major objective.
He also submitted that age is a good consideration for leniency.
He also submitted that "age is a good consideration for leniency".
In other words, an act shall not be a good consideration for a promise unless it is done at the desire of the promisor.
Grimthorpe added that a bid for York's International Stakes on August 17 - sponsored by Abdullah's Juddmonte stud operation - would "get very good consideration - but, three weeks might be too soon".
Counseling is also a good consideration since you will gain much support and insight on coping measures through your counselor.
Refusal has typically been expressed in the rule that performance of a pre-existing duty is not good consideration for a new promise in return, as established in Stilk v Myrick (1) and confirmed in Gilbert Steel Ltd.