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What is a case concerning an offer via advertisement?
Gibbins v Proctor 1891
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What happened in Gibbins v Proctor 1891?
The case concerned an offer via advertisement and whether or not a person who did not know of the offer can accept the offer if he completes the conditions of the offer
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What is a case example on counter offers and relation to their initial offers?
Hyde v Wrench 1841
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What happened in Hyde v Wrench 1841?
This case concerned counter offers, it was held by Lord Langdale that any counter offer cancels the original offer
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What is a case concerning how a contract comes about through the offer of a reward?
Williams v Carwardine 1833
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What happened in Williams v Carwardine 1833?
This case concerned how a contract comes about through the offer of a reward, and raises interesting questions about the necessity of reliance on an offer in the formation of a contract
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What is a case concerning breach of contract?
Donoghue v Stevenson 1932
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What is a bilateral contract?
A promise in exchange for a promise
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What is a unilateral contract?
Promise in exchange for an act
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What is acceptance in a unilateral contract?
The acceptance is the act
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What is a case example of a bilateral contract?
Clifton v Palumbo 1944
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What are two cases on the display of goods?
Fisher v Bell 1961 and Boots case 1953
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