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Mr.Sakr who owns a factory in Baabda for manufacturing furniture, signed a contract in his factory in 12-7-2009 with Mr.Abdo who used to import woods from Brazil and Malizia. They agreed about 75 ton of Brazilian wood locked in 100 boxes, the payment of the price '' 150 million LBP '' will be paid byMr.Sakr at the time of the delivery of the merchandises in Beirut at 22-8-2009.

Moreover, Mr.Abdo signed another contract in his business enterprise in Saida with Mr. Jamal about 100 ton of malizian wood locked in 100 boxes and the delivery will be done in 22-8-2009.

In 22-8-2009, the container arrived, Mr.Abdo called Mr.Sakr to take the merchandises and pay the price as they agreed and that what really happened.

Later on, Sakr's factory opened the boxes to start manufacturing but they found that it is a Malizian wood which leads Sakr to return it back.

The Questions:

1- If Mr.Sakr wanted to raise a lawsuit, on what basis can he back the request? In another word, specify the vice of consent in the above case.

2- According to the court juirsdiction, what is the competent court for the dispute between (Mr.Sakr- Mr.Abdo))? Explain.

3- What kind of nullity can be provoked? Who has the right to provoke this nullity? Explain.

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