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Contract Law 1

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Offer, acceptance, termination, terms - implied and express, breach, equitable estoppel. Complete semester notes. Key cases, and principles. Indexed

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Contract law Offer and acceptance Posting rule Holwell Securities Ltd v Hughes Australian contract law Powell v Lee Byrne & Co v Leon Van Tienhoven & Co Contract Revocation Consideration in English law Parol evidence rule Option contract
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Contract law Offer and acceptance Posting rule Holwell Securities Ltd v Hughes Australian contract law Powell v Lee Byrne & Co v Leon Van Tienhoven & Co Contract Revocation Consideration in English law Parol evidence rule Option contract
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....................................................................................................... 1 FORMATION OF CONTRACTS ........................................................................................................................................... 4 1. AGREEMENT ................................................................................................................................................... 4 a - The existence of an offer ⇒ WAS THERE AN OFFER ....................................................................................... 4 b - The range of offerees: ............................................................................................................................................. 8 c - Was the offer still on foot (alive) Or was it terminated .....................................................................................
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