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Private Law Complete Summary

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Complete summary of Private Law during 2015 S2. Distinction level notes. Commentary and notes

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Contract law Law Private law Offer and acceptance Contract Option contract Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co Revocation Law of obligations Estoppel in English law Consideration Privity of contract
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Contract law Law Private law Offer and acceptance Contract Option contract Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co Revocation Law of obligations Estoppel in English law Consideration Privity of contract
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e. freedom to enter into whatever contracts and courts should facilitate this freedom and not interfere) • So modern contract law favours – individualism, self-reliance, and exercise of free will, and is against government intervention/paternalism • So courts = reluctant to recognise non-contractual obligations (the only obligations should be contractual), which meant that most social relations were put in contractual terms (e.g. consumer and manufacturer), and that the courts objectively give effect to the intentions of the parties (their intentions are in the contract, so what they agreed to do) • Contract law is seen as its own branch, separate from property law, tort and law of restitution Criticism of the classical appro...
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