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Final Contracts Notes

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Contracts law final exam notes. Brief and precise notes on all the topics of contracts. Use these notes if you already have knowledge of the course. These are notes which simply provide the different cases and what each topic is about.

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Contract law Law Private law Consideration in English law Offer and acceptance Contract Posting rule Consideration Intention to be legally bound Illusory promise Invitation to treat Adams v Lindsell Taylor v Johnson
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Contract law Law Private law Consideration in English law Offer and acceptance Contract Posting rule Consideration Intention to be legally bound Illusory promise Invitation to treat Adams v Lindsell Taylor v Johnson
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Whether or not there is an agreement is a matter determined objectively by the courts. What does this mean The test is: “whether it would appear to a reasonable person in the position of the offeree that an offer was intended and that a binding agreement would be made upon acceptance.” - Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co [1893] AND “...whether particular conduct amounts to an offer is a question to be decided on the facts of each case” - Australian Woollen Mills Pty Ltd v Commonwealth (1954) 92 CLR 424, 457. (see also Taylor v Johnson; Toll (FGCT) Pty Ltd v Alphapharm Pty Ltd) LJ Bowen- An offer may be made to all the word Carlil is unilateral- one where there is one offeror but many unspecified offerees and one where “the consideration on the part of the offeree is completely ...
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