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Law of Contract A - Complete Study Notes

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Consolidated notes on all issues discussed in this course including brief case summaries and principles.

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Contract law Estoppel in English law Contract Estoppel Consideration Illusory promise Intention to be legally bound Beswick v Beswick Option contract Unconscionability Tweddle v Atkinson Promise
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Contract law Estoppel in English law Contract Estoppel Consideration Illusory promise Intention to be legally bound Beswick v Beswick Option contract Unconscionability Tweddle v Atkinson Promise
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Intent: objective – would the reasonable person conclude that this was an offer (Carbolic Smoke Ball Co. v Carlill) 2. Finality: objective - would the acceptance of this offer immediately make the agreement binding (Gibson v Manchester City Council) • Bilateral: promise for a promise • Unilateral: promise for an act, only binding once complete (Mobil Oil) • Invitation to treat: an offer to make an offer (Pharmaceutical Company v Boots) • Tickets are not contracts, they are offers accepted by presenting for travel (MacRobertson Airlines) Termination of an Offer • Withdrawal: any time before acceptance is communicated (Dickinson v Dodds) • Lapse: “reasonable” or specified • Death • Counter-offer (REJECTION) (Hyde v Wrench) **Revoking unilateral contracts • General rule was that once consideration begins you can’t revoke...
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