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(p. 41) Part II Contract formation 

(p. 41) Part II Contract formation

Mindy Chen-Wishart

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date: 27 February 2020

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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