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LAW204-assigment one- semester two 2014. LAW204-assigment one- semester two 2014.

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Contract law Law Private law Offer and acceptance Revocation Byrne & Co v Leon Van Tienhoven & Co Contract Promise Posting rule Australian contract law Bob
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Contract law Law Private law Offer and acceptance Revocation Byrne & Co v Leon Van Tienhoven & Co Contract Promise Posting rule Australian contract law Bob
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If it is effective then Bob is not contractually obligated to sell to Carl but if it isn’t then he must sell to Carl. Law: The law on whether someone can revoke acceptance which was communicated by postage is an unresolved area. Dunmore v Alexander (1830) 9 SH (Ct of Sess) 190 supports the view that the withdrawal of acceptance is effective as the offeror is not aware the letter of acceptance from the offeree has been posted and such the offeror has suffered no loss. However on the other hand Wenkheim v Arndt (1873) 1 JR 73 suggests the rejection of the offer is ineffective and there is still a contract. Application: from the facts of the case Carl replies with a letter of receipt after he received Bob’s message which he decided to ignore. Because the law is undecided in this area I have used Byrne v Van Tienhoven (1880) 5 CPD 344 which states “a person who has a...
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