Contract Law

An expression of willingness to contract on certain terms, made with the intention that it shall become legally binding when accepted
Offer
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offeror makes an offer to the offeree
Bilateral Contract
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offeror makes an offer sometimes to the whole world, acceptance is made by the performance of an act indicated
Unilateral Contract
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A person saying they are ready to accept offers and open to negotiation
Invitation to Treat
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one of the rules on offers is that they must be effectively ________ to the oferee
communicated
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what is the name of the principle that means meeting of minds?
Consensus Ad Idem
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what is the name of the process of ending an offer?
Termination
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what is the name given to withdrawing an offer?
Revocation
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a final unqualified expression of assent to all the terms of the offer
Acceptance
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what is the missing word.. ______ does not amount to acceptance
silence
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what was the rule that applied in the case Adams v Lindsell?
Postal Rule
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Card 2

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offeror makes an offer to the offeree

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Bilateral Contract

Card 3

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offeror makes an offer sometimes to the whole world, acceptance is made by the performance of an act indicated

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

A person saying they are ready to accept offers and open to negotiation

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

one of the rules on offers is that they must be effectively ________ to the oferee

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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A good crossword, that tests key terminology. You will not secure strong marks if you do not use legal jargon, such as invitation to treat, revocation, bilateral contract, which are all tested here. Latin is tested too: see one across. If anything will aid your memory of these easy to forget terms, this will.

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