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Up to date legislations AND loose INTERACTIVE workouts plus you simply purchase what you wish! Written through an skilled instructor and senior examiner, this publication covers the entire legislations wanted for AQA A2 legislations Unit 4B legislations of Tort. absolutely up to date in 2014 withrecent instances and legislation it truly is written in a full of life, transparent and obtainable approach and is designed to aid scholars of all studying kinds to appreciate the topic. a number of interactive projects accompany this publication. Please stopover at my site at www.drsr.org and click ‘Free workouts’ for the index. This publication can be utilized as a self-study consultant in addition to within the school room, and contains: Stimulating initiatives, self-test questions, examination advice and key situations highlighted to aid with making use of the legislations lots of diagrams and examples to convey the topic to existence principles for connecting the significant legislations to a number of the recommendations of legislation lined in Unit 4C exam perform, whole with instance exam scripts and suggestions (Answers to initiatives & self-test questions are at www.drsr.org) different classes even if written for the AQA requisites, it's a necessary creation to higher-level classes akin to the Institute of criminal Executives direction and diverse legislation measure classes. to be had through Sally Russell: THE legislations defined sequence: person booklets overlaying particular subject matters of legislation from 2014. those booklets have plenty extra examples and projects and at the moment conceal ideas of legislation, so much legal legislations and a few Tort. For the freshest checklist of what's to be had (I am nonetheless writing!) please money my author’s web page on Amazon or stopover at my site at www.drsr.org. AQA Unit 2A: the idea that of legal responsibility: creation to legal legislation (2015) AQA Unit 2B: the concept that of legal responsibility: advent to tort (2015) AQA Unit 3A legal legislations: Offences opposed to the individual (2013) AQA Unit 4B: legislations of Torts (2014) AQA Unit 4C: options of legislations (2013) OCR Unit G153 legal legislations and G154 felony legislation particular learn Unit (2015) OCR Unit G157 legislation of Torts and G158 legislation of Torts precise research Unit (2015) legal legislations: Offences opposed to the individual revision (2013) 2007 variants of either the OCR and AQA books masking all topic parts
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The rule is now subject to the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999, which provides that a person not party to an agreement can sue under the contract either where the agreement expressly allows for this or where it confers a benefit on the third party. Both requirements were met in the Tweddle case, so a situation like that would now be covered by the Act. m Examination pointer Although Parliament has changed the law on third party rights, cases are still important in relation to contracts made prior to 11 May 2000, as only contracts made on or after this date are affected.
The best-known example of a unilateral offer is the case of Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co. (1892). qxd 8/8/06 1:50 PM Page 7 Unit 1 Offer } Key case In Carlill, a company had put an advertisement in the paper offering a ‘Smokeball’ for sale. They said that it would prevent the user getting flu and backed this up by saying they would pay £100 to anyone who used it and did get flu. Mrs Carlill bought one and used it according to the instructions. When she got flu she claimed the £100. The company argued, among other things, that there was no contract as nobody can contract with ‘all the world’.
She knew they badly needed the money and told them it was that or nothing. They successfully sued for the balance because she had not provided sufficient consideration. ) The case also shows that the courts will not enforce a promise made under duress. Food for thought The rule may appear harsh in such cases as Foakes, where the debt appeared to be fully paid as agreed, but it is fair in situations like Rees, where there is a ‘take it or leave it’ threat. In Foakes, Lord Blackburn disagreed with the majority and thought business people would recognise the advantage of prompt, rather than full, payment.
A2 law for AQA by Sally Russell