Offer and Acceptance

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Offer is ___ once accepted, invitation to treat is not
Binding
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Revocation of an offer can take place at any time before acceptance, what case law explain that?
Routledge v Grant
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Rules of Acceptance also known as
Mirror Image
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"Suppose...that I shout an offer to a man across a river...but I do not hear his reply because it is drowned by an aircraft flying overhead. There is no contract..." What is the general rule of this case?
Communication
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If the offeree accepts the offer but changes the terms, it becomes a ___ and will amount to a X
Counter Offer
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If the offeree accepts the offer but changes the terms, it becomes a X and will amount to a ___
Rejection
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An offeror cannot impose liability as silence cannot be deemed as consent as seen in ___
Felthouse v Bindley
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The terms of offer must be ___, any doubt to the terms, the offer would not be valid (Foley v Classique Coaches Ltd)
Certain
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One of the way to terminate an offer (Reynolds v Atherton)
Death
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A situation where what seems to be an offer is in facgt not an offer (Fisher v Bell)
Invitation to Treat
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Revocation of an offer can take place at any time before acceptance, what case law explain that?

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Routledge v Grant

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Rules of Acceptance also known as

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"Suppose...that I shout an offer to a man across a river...but I do not hear his reply because it is drowned by an aircraft flying overhead. There is no contract..." What is the general rule of this case?

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If the offeree accepts the offer but changes the terms, it becomes a ___ and will amount to a X

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