Consideration CASES

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Sufficient not Adequate
Chappell & Co V Nestle Ltd
1 of 10
Promise not to do something cannot be good consideration
White V Bluett
2 of 10
Promise to do something can be good consideration
Ward V Bytham
3 of 10
Past event cannot be good consideration
Re McArdle
4 of 10
Past event complete at the request of a party can be good consideration
Lampleigh V Braithwaite
5 of 10
Pre existing duty cannot be consideration
Stilk V Myrick
6 of 10
Contractual duty at request of third party is good consideration
Scotson V Pegg
7 of 10
If benefit obtained or disbenefit obviated
Williams V Roffey
8 of 10
Pre existing duty exceeded
Hartley V Ponsonby
9 of 10
Stopping doing something can be good consideration
Hamer V Sidway
10 of 10

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Promise not to do something cannot be good consideration

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White V Bluett

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Promise to do something can be good consideration

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Card 4

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Past event cannot be good consideration

Back

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Card 5

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Past event complete at the request of a party can be good consideration

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