Offer and Acceptance-cases

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1. What are the correct facts of Fisher V Bell?

  • Defendant displayed flick knives on the shop window,however was not guilty as the display was an ITT and not an offer to sell.
  • Defendant displayed flick knives and was guilty as he offered to sell 'such' knives.
  • Defendant distributed a wine list which was an ITT and not an offer to sell at those prices.
  • defendant advertised in a magazine,selling wild rare birds and hence was guilty as he offered to sell the 'rare bird' as dealing in them was illegal.
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2. Which of the following cases establishes the rule that acceptance should be unconditional?

  • Tinn V Hoffman
  • Adam V Lindsel
  • Entores
  • Household Insurance V Grant

3. Which of the following cases established the position for Auctions, that the holding of an auction is an ITT while the bidder makes the offer.

  • Payne V Cave
  • Carlile
  • Harison V Nickerson
  • White V Bluet

4. The case 'Gibson V Manchester City Council' falls under which category?

  • Final Acceptance
  • ITT
  • Unilateral offer
  • Revocation

5. Which case develops the postal rule?

  • Brikinbon
  • Adam V Lindsel
  • Dunmore V Alexander
  • Brimnes

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