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11 Legal Studies

Contract Cases Revision

Fitch V Snedaker (1868)you can only accept an offer when it was clearly communicated to you, you cant accept it if you were not aware of it.
Carlill V Carbolic Smoke Ball Coan offer is accepted to the world at large when the intention of the offeree is clear
Fisher v Bell (1961)displaying goods in a shop window is merely an invitation to treat
Edgington v Fitzmaurice (1885)an exception to the rule, future statements can sometimes be classed as misrepresentations
Long V Lloyd (1958)after finding out about the misrep. the innocent party renegotiated the terms
Leaf v International Galleries5 yrs is too much time from contrct formation to misrepresentation discovery
Waltons Stores v Maher (1988)promises before a contract is signed can still be binding
Hyde v Wrench (1840)counter offer is a rejection of the original offer
Associate newspapers V Bancks(1951)conditions are defined based on the importance of the term
Olley v Marlborough Court Ltd (1949)exclusion clasues must be easily seen by a reasonable person
Council of Sydney v Westcourt will protect those who are forced to sign contracts if the other person does something outside the contract
Dummock V Hallett (1866)statement of an opinion is not a misrepresentation, it must be statement of fact

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