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Firstly, An effective exclusion clause requires the notice of the term must be given before or at the time of formation of the contract. Same issue has discussed in Davis v Pearce Parking Station Pty Ltd.1 In this case, the sign of the exclusion clause is at the entrance, at the moment when Kati drove into the entrance, she obviously has not entered the contract. It could be established that the notice was given before parties entering the contract. Secondly, the requirement of effective exclusion clause is that the notice must be established in a significant matter that any party can fully aware of the notice. According to Darlington Futures Ltd v Delco Aust Pty Ltd,2 Eastfield built a large sign of notice in the front of the car park, so it has give...
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