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CLAW1001 Problem Based Assignment

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Covers: Whether the subject to the contract was legally binding Whether the exclusion clause was effective Was there an intention to create a legal relationship Whether the person can rely on promissory estoppel and if there was any misrepresentation. Brief sample: Whether Bar-a-Lager is responsible for the damage of Ariana’s car is dependent on the effectiveness of the exclusion clause it has established. That is was there any terms used in the contract to exempt a party from liability or limit the liability if certain events occurred. For the exclusion clause to be effective, the terms need to be brought to the attention of Ariana before or at the time the contract was made either verbally or written. Secondly, Ariana must have been given adequate warning where the term must be established in a significant way that any party can become fully aware of it......

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Contract law Law Common law Private law Estoppel in English law Estoppel Contract Consideration Intention to be legally bound Offer and acceptance Misrepresentation English contract law Shen v Brendan Brendan v Ariana
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Contract law Law Common law Private law Estoppel in English law Estoppel Contract Consideration Intention to be legally bound Offer and acceptance Misrepresentation English contract law Shen v Brendan Brendan v Ariana
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Often parties in pre-contractual negotiation will make offers regarding price and other terms, and reach an agreement in the form of subject to contract. In this case, Brendan had made an agreement with Ariana with the exact words “subject to contract” to purchase her apartment. From this it is reasonable to conclude that an agreement had been reached with Ariana signing the contract and that it was made prior to the preparation and entry of a formal contract. Although the parties have reached an agreement the contract would not be effective unless it is certain and complete. Since the term subject to contract was used it is likely not binding thus it is not enforceable until a formal contract is executed.1 Therefore, if Ariana wanted to revoke she could do so before a formal contract had been exec...
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