Postal Rule Essays and Term Papers

  • Postal Rule

    research essay is to explain the detail of postal rule. The brief definition of postal rule is a rule of contract law that makes an exception to the general rule that an acceptance is only created when communicated directly to the offeror (Duhaime.org n.d). The postal rule was established in the case of Adams...

      3205 Words | 10 Pages   Posting rule, Offer and acceptance, Email, Contract

  • Postal Rule

    QUESTION 11(a) Whether there is a contract between Nina and Aishah. Offer, section 2(a) when one person signifies to another his willingness to do from doing anything, with a view to obtaining the assent of that other to act. The acceptance section 2(b) provides that when the person to whom the proposal...

      300 Words | 1 Pages   Offer and acceptance

  • Postal Rule

    clear, unequivocal and unconditional as prescribed by the offeror. It is a moment when contract exist (that there is consensus ad idem). The general rule of acceptance is been stated in the case of Entores Ltd v Miles Far East Corporation, Lord Denning claims that an acceptance does not usually valid...

      1400 Words | 5 Pages   Offer and acceptance, Posting rule, Meeting of the minds, Mail

  • Postal Rule

    THE POSTAL ACCEPTANCE RULE DANE GARBETT* CONTENTS I | Introduction | 1 | II | What Is The Postal Rule | 2 | III | Justification of the Postal Rule | 2 | IV | Application of the Postal Rule | 4 | V | Conclusion | 6 | VI | Bibliography | 7 | I Introduction The decision of distance...

      2053 Words | 7 Pages   Posting rule, Offer and acceptance, Contract, Mail

  • Postal Rule

    The rule was established by Anthony in the 19th century cases, starting with Adams v Lindsell (1818) B & Ald 681, which was later confirmed in Dunlop v Higgins (1848) 1 HL Cas 381, Household Fire Insurance Company v Grant (1879) 4 Ex D 216 and Henthorn v Fraser [1892] 2 Ch 27. The posting rule applies...

      927 Words | 3 Pages   Posting rule, Offer and acceptance, Mail

  • Postal Rule

    Should the Postal Acceptance Rule extend to Modern Types of Communications such as E-mail? Joy B. Ganado I. INTRODUCTION Today, changes in the way commerce is undertaken relies very much on technology. From Internet sites advertising etc., to making agreements via email, technology...

      2612 Words | 9 Pages   Adams v Lindsell, Contract, Posting rule, Offer and acceptance

  • Postal Rule

    The rule was established by a series of 19th century cases. Only for acceptance does one has to abide by this rule. In case of contractual letters it takes affect only after the delivery of the letter. This is because it is probable that a letter of acceptance is poster after a letter of revocation...

      427 Words | 1 Pages   Posting rule, Offer and acceptance, Mail

  • Postal Rule Essay

    general rule governing the acceptance of an offer is well established to be that acceptance is not effective until it is communicated to the offeror[1] However, an equally well established exception to this general proposition is the postal acceptance rule. Although the postal acceptance rule is deeply...

      2386 Words | 8 Pages   Posting rule, Offer and acceptance, Email, Precedent

  • Today's Postal Rule Application

    important applications. (Dudgale, 1992) However in the case of postal acceptance, perhaps numerically the most common case, the rule is subject to an exception (Dudgale, 1992). It was decided in Adams v Lindsell (1818) that a postal acceptance was effective as soon as it was posted even if the letter...

      1419 Words | 4 Pages   Posting rule, Offer and acceptance, Adams v Lindsell, Contract

  • Postal Rule of Acceptance

    Four main justifications of Postal Acceptance Rule i. ‘Ad infinitum’ Justification Postal rule had existed almost for 200 years and the post had been creating problems for people which the courts are obliged to solve them logically. Why it had been creating so many problems for people and that we...

      532 Words | 2 Pages   Offer and acceptance, Contract, Posting rule, South African contract law

  • What Reasons Have Been Given by the Courts for the Postal Acceptance Rule? and in What Circumstances Will the Postal Acceptance Rules Not Operate?

    (1)Explain the following style in Decision Making Directive Style: A person has this style if they have a low tolerance for ambiguity and are efficient, rational, and logical in their way of thinking. They focus on the short term and are quick to make decisions, usually resulting in a decision that...

      774 Words | 3 Pages   Decision-making, Motivation

  • Discuss Whether the Postal Rule Should Continue to Be Applied, and the Scope of Communications Methods(If Any) That Should Be Covered by the Rule

    | |Discuss whether the postal rule should continue to be applied, and the | |scope of communications methods(if any) that should be covered by the rule | | | |Alfred...

      2500 Words | 9 Pages   Posting rule, Offer and acceptance, Mail, Contract

  • Postal

    A Profile of Banks 2010-11 Reserve Bank of India 1 Copies of this publication are available from the Director, Division of Reports and Knowledge Dissemination Department of Economic and Policy Research, Reserve Bank of India, Amar Building (Ground Floor) Fort, Post Box No. 1036, Mumbai -...

      23092 Words | 504 Pages   Interest, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, BNP Paribas, IDBI Bank

  • Postal

    authorised by the offeree. Operation of Postal Rule When contracting parties are bargaining at a distance, typically via mail, problem may arise because the parties could not know at the same time whether they had formed a contract. Therefore, a general rule indicating the time of an effective acceptance...

      255 Words | 1 Pages   Posting rule, Offer and acceptance

  • Postal Glossary

    UPU ACTS : An Overview Muh. Aras International Postal Service Course 3-28 May 2010 UPU ACTS Constitution and its additional protocol General regulations UPU ACTS Conventions Regulations Agreement and its regulations Letter Post Parcel Post Final Protocols Acts of the Union (1) 1. ...

      3601 Words | 19 Pages   Franking, Mail, Treaty, Constitutional amendment

  • Going Postal

    Going Postal by Angi Barber The problem with so many post office closings is that the majority of the closing are happening where the people are dependent on postal services as a main source of communication. Low-income Inner city neighborhoods and low-income rural communities especially, are the...

      1080 Words | 3 Pages   United States Postal Service, Mail

  • Postal Service

    Postal Service In the article “Can the Postal Service be Saved?” is about how the postal service is not delivering on Saturdays anymore because it will save them money. Congress is trying to go to court to block any change from the postal service delivering. General Donahoe says it is necessary...

      335 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Rules rules rules

    Historical Development of Geography (Rubenstein p. 7-11) First geographer? Probably an unknown ancient who crossed a river or climbed a hill, observed what was on the other side, and returned home to tell about it – and to scratch the first rough map in the dirt Early history – geography is synonymous...

      1076 Words | 4 Pages   Exploration, Leif Erikson, Pacific Ocean, Erik the Red

  • Rules

    Athletics S.C.A.A. Interhouse Ball Hockey Rules and Regulations Important Notes • For all rules not covered please refer to the Ontario Ball Hockey rules. • The team captain is responsible for making sure all players are aware of the rules. • All appeals must be handed in writing...

      1233 Words | 5 Pages   Penalty (ice hockey), Ejection (sports), Goalkeeper, Ice hockey

  • Rule

    the criminal justice system. The Supreme Court upheld the exclusionary rule making any illegally obtained evidence and subsequent evidence thereafter inadmissible in trial for state cases. Prior to Mapp v. Ohio the exclusionary rule only applied to federal cases. The Fourth Amendment was adopted as a result...

      1584 Words | 4 Pages   Search and seizure, Miranda v. Arizona, Self-incrimination, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution

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