By Sally Russell
Updated legislation AND loose INTERACTIVE routines plus you simply purchase what you would like! Written through an skilled instructor and senior examiner, this ebook covers all of the legislations wanted for AQA A2 legislation Unit 4B legislations of Tort. totally up to date in 2014 withrecent instances and legislation it truly is written in a full of life, transparent and obtainable means and is designed to assist scholars of all studying types to appreciate the topic. more than a few interactive projects accompany this booklet. Please stopover at my site at www.drsr.org and click ‘Free workouts’ for the index. This ebook can be utilized as a self-study consultant in addition to within the lecture room, and contains: Stimulating initiatives, self-test questions, examination information and key instances highlighted to assist with employing the legislations lots of diagrams and examples to carry the topic to existence rules for connecting the noticeable legislations to a number of the options of legislations coated in Unit 4C exam perform, entire with instance exam scripts and advice (Answers to projects & self-test questions are at www.drsr.org) different classes even if written for the AQA necessities, it's a invaluable creation to higher-level classes corresponding to the Institute of felony Executives path and diverse legislations measure classes. on hand by way of Sally Russell: THE legislation defined sequence: person booklets masking particular issues of legislations from 2014. those booklets have plenty extra examples and projects and at present disguise suggestions of legislation, such a lot legal legislations and a few Tort. For the hottest checklist of what's to be had (I am nonetheless writing!) please fee my author’s web page on Amazon or stopover at my site at www.drsr.org. AQA Unit 2A: the concept that of legal responsibility: creation to felony legislations (2015) AQA Unit 2B: the concept that of legal responsibility: advent to tort (2015) AQA Unit 3A legal legislation: Offences opposed to the individual (2013) AQA Unit 4B: legislation of Torts (2014) AQA Unit 4C: thoughts of legislation (2013) OCR Unit G153 legal legislations and G154 legal legislations targeted examine Unit (2015) OCR Unit G157 legislations of Torts and G158 legislations of Torts certain examine Unit (2015) legal legislation: Offences opposed to the individual revision (2013) 2007 variants of either the OCR and AQA books protecting all topic parts
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This was confirmed by the HL in Brinkibon v Stahag Stahl (1983). } Key case In Brinkibon a telex was received in office hours, in Vienna, so the contract was formed in Vienna. However, the HL said if it was sent outside office hours it may be different. Does acceptance occur when it is received in the office or when it is actually read by a person? This could be several hours, or even days, later. This question was left for future cases. It is therefore not clear what would happen in the case of a fax or email.
An example was given by Lord Denning in Entores Ltd v Miles Far East Corporation (1955). He said, ‘Suppose, for instance, that I shout an offer to a man across a river or a courtyard but I do not hear his reply because it is drowned by an aircraft flying overhead. There is no contract at that moment. If he wishes to make a contract, he must wait till the aircraft is gone and then shout back his acceptance so that I can hear what he says. ’ In Entores Ltd the question was where exactly a contract was made in the case of instantaneous communications.
Acceptance must match the offer We saw in Hyde v Wrench that if new terms are introduced this may be seen as a counter-offer. This means that it is not an acceptance but a new offer; the original offeror now becomes the offeree, and can accept or reject the new terms. qxd 8/8/06 1:50 PM Page 16 Study Block 1 Formation of a contract Example If your message had been that you would give me £650 for my car then this is a counter-offer, or rejection, of my offer and terminates it. I can decide whether to accept or reject this new offer.
A2 law for AQA by Sally Russell