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LAW 104/204 Assignment

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4 Scenario using ILAC/IRAC. Transaction between: Adam and Tony Betty and Zac Charlie and Dick Daisy and Feel the grain

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Contract law Law Private law Common law Australian contract law Contract Revocation Consideration Williams v Roffey Bros & Nicholls (Contractors) Ltd Intention to be legally bound Consideration in English law Posting rule
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Contract law Law Private law Common law Australian contract law Contract Revocation Consideration Williams v Roffey Bros & Nicholls (Contractors) Ltd Intention to be legally bound Consideration in English law Posting rule
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If it is not valid revocation, then Adam has accepted the offer, meaning that a contract exists between both parties. However, if Tony’s Revocation of the offer is valid then no contract exists between the parties. Law Termination of an offer is established by the courts in many cases. The termination relevant to this scenario is revocation of an offer1. The rule of revocation is established in Routledge v Grant,2 which states: Revocation occurs when the offeror withdraws their offer- this can be done any time before the acceptance has occurred... even if the offeror has stated that the offer is to remain open for a specified period of time.3 The court decided in Dickinson v Dodds that a promise to keep the offer open for a specified period of time is unenforceable in court because the offeree has not given consideration f...
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