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n a valued commodity exchanged between two parties in a legal agreement with one another, such as money, services, and so forth.
n inducement to make a contract. It may be a benefit to the promisor or a loss or detriment to the promisee. Consideration must be regarded as such by both parties.
the essential element in all contracts; the return for the outlay. Wages, leave entitlements are considerations in a contract of appointment, even though many of them are unwritten. The provision of housing as part of an employment package is a consideration. The fee for surgery is the consideration in return for the surgery.
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Q. As a senior citizen, I am having trouble finding a "good" doctor, kind and considerate. How do I find one? I have asked friends, but their doctors are not taking new clients. The hospital gave me the name of a tyrant, who will not follow DoD's orders for prescriptions to be filled. She treats me like an imbecile. I am struggling to find a new doctor, kind and understanding, who listens to their patients. There don't seem to be any in Reno anymore.
A. finding a good doctor is not an easy task. taking tips from friends is the best system. but as you said- you tried that. i myself don't know any good doctor in Nevada. but i can give you a link to an article that gives you tips about how to find a good doc. it's a good one:More discussions about consideration