Acceptance and consideration - Contract Law A2

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Clues

• 'Central London Property Trust V High Trees House' was defined by ______ (4, 7)
• A case on the postal rule (the selling of wool) (5, 1, 8)
• A modern method of communication that should be 'opened' by the offeror to be accepted (5)
• A promise such as a gift is called a _____ _____ this is not legally enforcable (Latin Term) (5, 6)
• A type of consideration where the promise has yet to be carried out (9)
• Acceptance can take place by gestures, verbally and ______ (7)
• Connsideration must not be something completed in the ______ (4)
• Offer, acceptance and consideration makes this (7)
• The rule where acceptance takes place when sent to offeror (not recieved) (6, 4)
• This is defined as 'a final unqualified expression of assent to all the terms of the offer' (10)