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Contracts Final Notes

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Full contract notes from the whole year. Took these into the exam and got a top mark. Very precise and detailed with all the case law.

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Contract law Law Private law Common law Offer and acceptance Posting rule Contract Consideration Illusory promise Adams v Lindsell Exclusion clause Consideration in English law
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Contract law Law Private law Common law Offer and acceptance Posting rule Contract Consideration Illusory promise Adams v Lindsell Exclusion clause Consideration in English law
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▪ Subject to terms of the offer, acceptance can be in writing, oral or implied from the o’ees conduct. ▪ Whether or not an offer has been accepted is determined objectively. Was there an apparent intention to contract, to be legally bound How would a reasonable person understand the words and actions of the o’ee ▪ A valid acceptance must be unconditional and correspond w/ the offer, i.e no deletions, additions or qualifications. FINDING AGREEMENT ▪ An offer by itself has no contractual force; it merely confers on the offeree the ability to ▪ create a contract by accepting the offer. Subject to terms of the offer, acceptance may ▪ be in writing, oral or implied from the offeree's conduct. To form a contract, an ▪ acceptance must be unconditional and correspond to the offer; the offer is accepted ▪ without deletions, additions or qualifications. Wh...
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