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LAWS2111 summary of the whole course

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A detailed version of the notes required for study for Contracts A. It covers all topics and is a good study guide for the exam.

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Law Contract law Contract Offer and acceptance Meeting of the minds Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company Invitation to treat Spencer v Harding Revocation Private law Posting rule United States contract law
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Law Contract law Contract Offer and acceptance Meeting of the minds Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company Invitation to treat Spencer v Harding Revocation Private law Posting rule United States contract law
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Intention to create legal relations 4. Consideration Offer The negotiation stage • ‘Offeror’: makes offer • ‘Offeree’: to whom offer made • Contract made when an acceptance is communicated to offeror. once offer accepted binding legal contract formed. • Offers can be informal exchanges as well • NB: A contract does not necessarily need to be in writing or signed. You may have an informal contract that is made orally. Offers and requests for information • Harvey v Facey [1893] Telegrams B. Will you sell me Bumper Hall Pen S. Lowest price is £900 B. We agree to buy at £900 Held: Not a contract. S not offering, but supplying information. not a offer either. important to interpret the intention of the parties (objective intention-what a reasonable person would have thought/done in the circumstances) ‘Invitations to treat’ and ‘offers’ ...
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