Consideration

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Executory & Executed Consideration

Executory Consideration is

 

 

Excecutes Consideration is

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Adequacy is

 

 

Thomas v Thomas (1842)

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Sufficiency

Sufficiency means

 

 

White v Bluett (1853)

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Sufficiency

Ward v Byham (1956)

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Sufficiency

Chappell v Nestle Co (1960)

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Past Consideration

The Basic Rule is

 

 

McArdle (1951)

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Expection

Exception to the Rule

 

 

Lampleigh v Braithwaite (1615 )

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Diagrams

Past Consideration Rule

 

 

Exception

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Modern Commercial Examples

Casey's Patent (1892)

 

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Consideration Must Move

Tweddle v Atkinson (1861)

 

 

Diagram

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Existing Duty

Basic Rule

Collins v Godfroy (1831)

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Existing Duty

Stilk v Myrick (1809)

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Exception to the Rules

Glassbrook Bros v Glamorgan County (1925)

 

 

Shadwell v Shadwell (1860)

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Existing Duty

Hartley v Ponsonby (1857)

 

 

Scotson v Pegg (1861)

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Existing Duty

Pao On v Lau Tiu Long (1980)

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Existing Duty

New Zealand Shipping v A M Satterthwaite (1975)

 

 

Williams v Roffey Bros & Nicholls Contractors Ltd (1990)

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Part Payment of Exisiting Debt

Basic Rule

D C Builders v Rees (1965)

 

 

Foakes v Beer (1884)

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Exception to the Rule

Accord & Satisfaction

 

 

Promissory Estoppel

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Promissory Estoppel

Central London v High Trees House Ltd (1974)

Combe v Combe (1951)

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