Consideration Principle

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Consideration Must not be passed
Re Mcardle
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Consideration my be sufficient but not need be adequate
Chappell V Nestle
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Consideration must move from the promisee
Tweddle V Atkinson
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An existing public duty will not amount as valid consideration
Collins V Godefrey
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...Unless the promisor goes beyond their duty
Glasbrook Bros V Glamorgan county council
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An existing contractual duty will not amount as valid consideration
Stilk V Myrrick
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Unless the promiser goes beond their duty
Hartley V Ponsonby
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Or if they confer a practical advantage
Williams V Roffey Bros
8 of 12
If the contractual duty is owed to a third party it can be used as consideration to a new promise
New Zealand Shipping V Satterthwaite
9 of 12
Part-payment isn't valid consideration to release the debt
Pinnels Case
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Pinnels case was backed up by...
Foakes V Beer
11 of 12
The exeption of part payment being payed by a 3rd party
Hirachand Punamchand V Temple
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Consideration my be sufficient but not need be adequate

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Chappell V Nestle

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Consideration must move from the promisee

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Card 4

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An existing public duty will not amount as valid consideration

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...Unless the promisor goes beyond their duty

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