Invitation to Treat Cue Cards

This looks at various cases from contract law on invitation to treat. Just print them out, cut them up and stick back to back to make small portable cue cards to test yourself or be tested by someone else.

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PARTRIDGE V Prosecuted under the PROTECTION OF BIRDS Act
1954
Court held that advert was an ItT and not an
CRITTENDEN 1968 offer because there were no promises involved.
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CARLILL V CARBOLIC £1000 to express `sincerity in the matter'
Not a puff
Unilateral Offer because it was a promise in
SMOKE BALL 1893 return for an act
Waives need for communication
Window Displays-
Prosecuted under OFFENSIVE WEAPONS ACT
1959
Display of knife was ItT as it was inviting a
FISHER V BELL 1961 potential buyer to place offer
Auctions-
BRITISH CAR Car had not been offered for sale , there was
only an ItT
AUCTIONS V WRIGHT
1972
Mere Statement of Price-
There was no offer. Facey's statement was a
HARVEY V FACEY mere statement of price.
Facey also did not write back to say that he has
accepted the offer put forwards by Harvey
1893
Self Service-
PHARMACEUTICAL Prosecuted under the PHARMACY AND POISONS
ACT 1933
Court held that the contract was formed at the
SOCIETY OF GB V checkout when they were under the supervision
of a registered pharmacists- up until that point it
BOOTS CASH was an Invitation to Treat
Boots were not in the wrong
CHEMIST 1953

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