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CLAW1001 Final Notes
36 Pages • Complete Study Notes • Year: Pre-2018
final exam notes: • Contract: an agreement between two or more people which is legally enforceable and legally binding • Types: Simple contract (need consideration, including bilateral& unilateral) 1) Bilateral: both parties assume obligations and which form the vast majority of contracts. In a bilateral contract, the obligations of both parties are executory at the time of formation. Zuijs & Wirth Bros Circus 2) Unilateral: only one party assumes an obligation, offeree accepts the offer by conduct. Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co Formal contract: (no need for consideration) Contract under seal or a deed para 2.30. (use special words) Other: Option; Tender; Auction; Written; Oral; partly oral and partly written
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