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Contract Law

Contract Law (6th edn)

Mindy Chen-Wishart
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date: 28 September 2022

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  • Mindy Chen-WishartMindy Chen-WishartProfessor in the Law of Contract, Oxford University Law Faculty, Fellow of Merton College Oxford and Professor of Law (fractional), National University of Singapore, Professor in the Law of Contract, Oxford University Law Faculty, Fellow of Merton College Oxford, and Professor of Law (fractional), National University of Singapore

Abstract

How does contract law determine whether the parties have committed to the contract and what each has committed to? This chapter discusses the following: the objective test of intentions; offer and acceptance; termination of the offer; assessment of the mirror image approach; certainty; intention to create legal relations; and restitution for benefits conferred in anticipation of contracts that do not materialise.

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