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Tag: contract law
Roscorla v Thomas (1842): consideration must not be past.
Past consideration is no consideration.
Parker v South Eastern Railway (1877): incorporation of an exemption clause
Tweddle v Atkinson (1861): Consideration must move from the promisee.
Latin phrases in law
Felthouse v Bindley (1863): Silence cannot be acceptance.
Stevenson Jacques Co v McLean (1880): Enquiry vs counter offer.
Byrne v Van Tienhoven (1880): withdrawal of an offer
Taylor v. Caldwell (1863): Frustration of contract
Counter offer in contract law: Hyde v Wrench (1840)
Duress in contract law: meaning and what amounts to duress?
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