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Final Exam Notes for Foundations of Business Law

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Include all contents that are covered in the final exam, ranging from Contract to Intellectual Property

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Contract law Law Private law Common law Contract Offer and acceptance Posting rule United States contract law Option contract Void contract Meeting of the minds Consideration
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Contract law Law Private law Common law Contract Offer and acceptance Posting rule United States contract law Option contract Void contract Meeting of the minds Consideration
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But if there is defects in the contract, the courts will refuse to enforce the contract. ________________ Offer • Mere puffery is not an offer. Leonard v Pepsico Inc. (1999) • An invitation to treat is not an offer. • Price lists: Granger & Sons v Gough [1896] AC 325 • Advertisements: Partridge v Crittenden • Displays of goods in shop windows Fisher v Bell [1961] 1 QB 394 • Goods displayed in self-service shop: Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain v Boots Cash Chemists (Southern) Ltd [1953] 1 QB 201 • Vending Machines: Parking station ticket is an offer and paying is acceptance. Thornton v Shoe Lane Parking Ltd ‘’Exclusionary terms printed on parking ticket had no contractual effect as they needed to be notified of the terms.‘’ • A person merely supplying of information in response to an enq...
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