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QUTLLB202Des ButlerSpring

LLB202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cape Schanck, Anglia Building Society, Non Est Factum

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For a mistake to affect the validity of a contract it must be an "operative mistake", ie, a mistake which operates to make the contract void. At common
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QUTLLB202Des ButlerSpring

LLB202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Collateral Contract, Covidien, Determinative

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Not all oral statements made prior to a contract being formed, will form part of the contract. The legal implications will depend on the way in which t
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QUTLLB202Des ButlerSpring

LLB202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Unconscionability, Rescission

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QUTLLB202Des ButlerSpring

LLB202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Parol Evidence Rule, Miscarriage

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Certain types of contracts must be in writing before they are binding to ensure there is no doubt as to the intentions of the parties and the terms whi
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QUTLLB202Des ButlerSpring

LLB202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Australian Consumer Law, Demagogue

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Misleading or deceptive conduct s18 of the australian consumer law states that a person must not, in trade or commerce, engage in conduct that is misle
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QUTLLB202Des ButlerSpring

LLB202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Australian Consumer Law, All England Law Reports

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A false statement made to induce a party to enter into a contract may be actionable under the common law of misrepresentation or the australian consume
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QUTLLB202Des ButlerSpring

LLB202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Deontological Ethics, Selfridges, Chappell & Co.

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QUTLLB202Des ButlerSpring

LLB202 Study Guide - Final Guide: General Position

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Lack of capacity in contract law does not refer to lack of understanding" but to particular people who in certain circumstances invoke the protection o
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QUTLLB202Des ButlerSpring

LLB202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Burns Philp

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Only the parties to a contract are legally entitled to enforce it. In order to receive a benefit, the third party requires the promisee to commence an
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QUTLLB202Des ButlerSpring

LLB202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Kiri Te Kanawa, Estoppel, Mobil

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QUTLLB202Des ButlerSpring

LLB202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Exxon, Kleinwort Hambros, Skyways Limited

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To create a contract there must be a common intention of the parties to enter into legal obligations, mutually communicated expressly or impliedly. Ros
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QUTLLB202Des ButlerSpring

LLB202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ugl Rail

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Parties must have reached an agreement regarding all the essential terms before they will be regarded has having entered a contract (brooker industries
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