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Law Business Entertainment Contract law Consideration Contract Consideration in English law Offer and acceptance Estoppel in English law Estoppel Promise Foakes v Beer Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company Peppercorn
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Law Business Entertainment Contract law Consideration Contract Consideration in English law Offer and acceptance Estoppel in English law Estoppel Promise Foakes v Beer Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company Peppercorn
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Once signed, witnessed, sealed and delivered and is clearly intended to operate as a deed, in accordance with statute, it is largely enforceable. Indenture : A deed which has two or more parties to it, representing different interests. (aka inter partes). Deed Poll: Unilateral deed, usu. executed by one person who is the only party to the deed. (can be several parties but common interest). Simple contract meeting of legal requirements for enforceability of an agreement. Basic requirements include: Agreement Consideration Intention to create legal relations Things to note: Objective determination re: intent intention that appears from outward words and conduct (rather than actual state of mind). Offer + Acceptance = Agreement - testing and satisfying criteria for offer and acceptance will establish agreement (for exchange). Contracts Notes Pag...
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