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LAWS2111 Study Notes

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Complete set of Contract Law A notes from 2015 Semester 1. Covers all topics from week 1 to week 13.

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Technology Law Human Interest Entertainment Contract law Consideration Contract Consideration in English law Offer and acceptance Meeting of the minds Australian contract law Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company Revocation Private law Posting rule
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Technology Law Human Interest Entertainment Contract law Consideration Contract Consideration in English law Offer and acceptance Meeting of the minds Australian contract law Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company Revocation Private law Posting rule
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Under that analysis, a contract is said to come into existence when acceptance of an offer has been communicated to the offeror. MacRobertson Miller Airline Services v Commissioner of State Taxation (WA) (1975) 133 CLR 136 Although the courts recognise its deficiencies, the traditional offer and acceptance approach is routinely applied when the courts need to decide whether a contract has been formed. In order to identify whether, when or where a contract has been formed, the courts will usually seek to attach the labels ‘offer’ and ‘acceptance’ to particular actions, even where it seems somewhat artificial to do so. THE NATURE OF AN OFFER An offe...
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