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TABL1710 Business Law Notes

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this is a complete note of TABL1710. it summarises all essential information that students need to memorise when preparing for the final exam.

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Law Contract law Common law Tort law English contract law Judicial remedies English law Contract Negligence Tort Pure economic loss Privity of contract Hyde
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ntion / meeting of minds (Clarke v Earl of Dunraven) • Firm promise • Communication o Can be communicated to a specific person or more broadly, to a class or person / the whole world o Communication of the offer can be in writing, orally or by conduct ❖ Notice of offer (p5-080 & p5-212) Case : Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co ❖ Invitation to treat (p5-180) • An offer must be distinguished from an invitation to treat • An invitation to treat is an offer to make offers and cannot create an agreement • Case: Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain v Boots o Invitation to treat: when you select goods from shelf, you are considering whether to make an offer to purchase o Offer: at time you go to counter to pay o Acceptance: when cashier accepts payment • Include: o Auctions o Advertisements o Catalogues o Price lists o Announcements o Goods on display...
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