• Business Law Contracts Essay
    Hadley v Baxendale (1854) 9 Exch 341; 156 ER 145 Poussard v Spiers ( 1876) 1 QBD 410 R v Clarke [1927] HCA 47 Roscorla v Thomas (1842) 3 QB 234; 114 ER 496 Stilk v Myrick [1809] 2 Camp 317; 170 ER 1168 Williams v Roffey Bros & Nicholls (Contractors) Ltd [1991] 1 QB 1 Books Carter J.W. Peden...
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    . Madison,Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin, 1969. 170-201. Print. Dye, R. Thomas. "Rosewood, Florida: The Destruction of an African American Community." The Historian 58.3 (1996): 605+. Questia. Web. 10 Mar. 2011. Daniels, Roger. U.S. v. Thind. Oxford University Press, 2001. eLibrary. Web. 09 Mar...
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  • Importance of Singapore
    treated as no acceptance. In order for an offer to be accepted, the following must be established… Knowledge of Offer Case: R v Clarke (1927) Fitch v Snedaker (1868) States that there is no contract if the person did not have knowledge of the offer even if he performs obligations which amounts...
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  • Research Paper
    * Waiver Land Act, 1999, Cap 113 s. 106(3) Cases: Eastern Radio Service v. Patel [1962] E.A. 818 Prem vati v. Inchharan (23) (2) KLR 32 Davenport v. R (1877) 3 AC 115 Segal Securities Ltd. v. Thoseby [1963] 1 Q.B. 887 Amratlal Damodar Maltaser v. A.H. Jariwalla [1980] TLR 86 Clarke v...
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  • Law Paper
    illustrated by the following examples: "FCT v Clarke (1927) 40 CLR 246"; "Coles Myer Finance Ltd v FCT 93 ATC 4214". All case names (Names of the parties) are to be put in italics or – in handwritten exams - underlined. If you use the case another time you can refer to the case by using the name: e.g. "in...
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  • Law of Contract
    (1862) 11 CB (NS) 869 9 R v Clarke (1927) 40 CLR 227 10 Eg Entores LTD v Far Eastern Corp (19550 All ER 493 & 495 11 Manchester Diocesian Council for Education v Commercial and General Investments Ltd [1969] 3 All ER 1593 12 Eliason v Henshaw 4 Wheaton 225 (1819) 13 Adams v Linsell (1818) 2 B...
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  • Law of Contract - Offer
    was completed when the offer came to the knowledge of the Plaintiff. Therefore if a party accepting a proposal is not aware about the proposal, then there is no contract. Case: R v. Clarke (1927) 40 CLR 227 Facts: The Western Australian Government offered a reward for information leading...
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    of the First International Conference on Operational Research, M. Davies, R. T. Eddison, T. Page (eds.) 1958 Linear Programming and Associated Techniques: A Comprehensive Bibliography, V. Riley, S. I. Gass 1958 SIMSCRIPT, H. Markowitz 1958 Linear Programming: Methods and Applications, S. I. Gass...
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  • l of contract 1
    existence of the offer has no effect. Where, however, the existence of the offer plays some part, however small, in inducing a person to do the required act, there is a valid acceptance of the offer.  Discuss R v Clarke (1927) 40 CLR 227 and Williams v Carwardine (1833) 5 Car & P 566...
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  • Legal Issues for Accountants
    Godefroy (1831) 1 B & Ad 950; Glasbrook Bros Ltd v Glamorgan County Council [1925] AC 270; T A Sundell & Sons Pty Ltd v Emm Yannoulatos (Overseas) Pty Ltd (1955) 56 SR (NSW) 323) Ø  by way of exchange (see, eg, Roscorla v Thomas (1842) 3 QB 234; R v Clarke (1927) 40 CLR 227) •  An agreement that is not...
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  • Contract Law
    , orally or by conduct. If the offeree is not aware of the offer, it is not possible to accept as found in R v Clarke (1927) 40 CLR 227, it must be specified and should not be vague like in Scammel v Ouston (1941) 1 AER 14 and must be differentiated from a sheer supply of information, shown in Harvey v...
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  • Business Law Assignment
    being aware of the proposal does not bring an agreement into being. A party accepting the proposal must be aware of its existence. In one sense a proposal cannot take effect until it is received, for until the offeree knows about it, he can take no action in reliance on it. R v Clarke (1927) 40 C.L.R...
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  • Bussiness law
    . R v Clarke (1927) acceptance must be made in reliance of the offer 被迫找到真凶,要求政府奖励P had been arrested on a murder charge. He gave information which led to the arrest and conviction of the real murderers. He wanted to reward. P provided information for arresting the real murderers that was intent only...
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    : * (a) An acceptance which is wholly motivated by factors other than the existence of the offer has no effect. * R v Clarke (1927) 40 CLR 227 * (b) Where, however, the existence of the offer plays some part, however small, in inducing a person to do the required act, there is a valid...
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  • Cases on Contract
    refused to accept it as valid. It was held that this method of acceptance was valid and was no disadvantage to the offeror, as the method stipulated was only to ensure delivery and that had happened. R v Clarke (1927) (Australia) The Government offered a reward for information leading to the...
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  • Business Law
    R v Clarke (1927) acceptance was not made in reliance of the offer and so no contract was made. Consideration is something that is required in all valid contracts. Consideration is anything of value. All parties to the contract have to exchange something of value. In the problem I have been...
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  • Notes of Commercial Law
    ignorance of the law | |of Offer |offeree must be aware of the offer – Fitch v Snedaker (1868) and R v Clarke (1927) - As long as offeree has knowledge of offer, motive is | | |irrelevant. Once...
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  • Central Heating
    the hypocaust C. Greeks created their own version of the hypocaust D. Sergius Orata (80 B.C.) E. Louis Savot- French (1600) F. Dalsme (1600) G. Dr. John Clarke (1652) H. Benjamin Thompson (1796) I. Count Rumford (1796) J. William Cook (1745) K. William Strutt...
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    . Moore and M. Tonry.Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. Cook, Philip J. and Jens Ludwig. “Does Gun Prevalence Affect Teen Gun Carrying After All?” Criminology vol. 42 pp. 27–54 2004. Cornish, Derek , ed. and Ronald V. Clarke , eds. 1986. The Reasoning Criminal: Rational Choice Perspectives on...
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  • Equity
    [1967] 2 AC 46. 4. Business partners. Chan v Zacharia (1984) CLR. 5. Agent/principle. Mckenzie v Mcdonald [1927] VLR. 6. Stockbroker/client. Daly v Sydney Stock Exchange Ltd (1986) CLR. 7. Guardian/ward. Plowright v Lambert (1885) LT. The following relationships may attract Fiduciary...
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