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Exam revision and Solutions for Most Questions of Set 1 & 2

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Answer to most of the cases in exam preparation - set 1 and set 2 Useful for students studying MLC101

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Contract law Contract Offer and acceptance Consideration Misrepresentation Breach of contract Guarantee Collateral contract Estoppel in English law Parol evidence rule Unconscionability Law of agency
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Contract law Contract Offer and acceptance Consideration Misrepresentation Breach of contract Guarantee Collateral contract Estoppel in English law Parol evidence rule Unconscionability Law of agency
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Robert is very keen to sell the property and tells Sam that if he buys it, Robert will leave all the gardening equipment in the shed of the property including a ride on over valued at about $10,000. Sam is happy with this and a contract is drawn up and both Robert and Sam sign it. There is no mention of the gardening equipment in the written and signed contract. When Sam moves in to the property he realises Robert did not leave the gardening equipment as agreed. Robert says he is not obliged to as it was not in the written contract. Sam says it is a collateral warranty, which forms a collateral contract. Advise Sam. Answer The issue of this question is whether equipment was of promissory nature and whether it forms a collateral contract and whether collateral contract is valid or invalid. If the parties have stipulated that ...
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