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2. Errington v Errington

  • Unilateral offer cannot be withdrawn during performance
  • withdrawal can be made after an acceptable lapse of time
  • communication can be made by reliable 3rd party
  • withdrawal must be communicated

3. Taylor v laird

  • withdrawal can be made after an acceptable lapse of time
  • offer must be communicated
  • Unilateral offer cannot be withdrawn during performance
  • communication can be made by reliable 3rd party

4. Balfour v balfour

  • no intention to create legal relations between family members
  • where parties are not related to each other the courts are more likely to find legal relations
  • the courts are reluctant to find intention to create legal relation in a demostic setting
  • there is intention to create legal relations in a commercial agreement.

5. Brogden v metropolitan railway co

  • acceptance by conduct
  • silence does not amount to acceptance
  • counter offer destroys original offer
  • the acceptance has no effect until it is communicated to the offeror

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