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Complete 4 page APA formatted essay: Pretty Paintings Ltd, a producer of posters, offers to sell 1,000 posters at 5 each to Posh Posters Ltd, a poster dealer. The letter containing the offer says that
Complete 4 page APA formatted essay: Pretty Paintings Ltd, a producer of posters, offers to sell 1,000 posters at 5 each to Posh Posters Ltd, a poster dealer. The letter containing the offer says that the offer is subject to Pretty Paintings terms and conditions. One of these terms, which.
The essay "Pretty Painting’s terms and conditions" analyzes whether there was in fact a legally enforceable contract between Posh Posters and Pretty Paintings, if there was a legally enforceable contract whether Posh Posters are entitled to revoke the contract thereby negating any claim by Pretty Paintings for breach of contract.
Lord Wilberforce asserted the rule for formation of contract in New Zealand Shipping Co Limited v A M Satterthwaite, The Eurymedon : “English law having committed itself to a rather technical….. doctrine of contract, in application takes a practical approach…… into the marked slots of offer, acceptance and consideration” .An “offer” in the context of contract law has been described as “an expression of willingness to contract on certain terms, made with the intention that it shall become binding as soon as it is accepted by the person to whom it is addressed, the “offeree. ” The “expression ” may take different forms. The intention element is an objective consideration and the case of Smith v Hughes emphasised the relevant consideration as being a focus on how a reasonable person would view the situation. The facts of the current scenario indicate that there is no contention that Pretty Paintings made a distinct offer to sell the posters, which was accepted by Posh Posters. The issue of contention here is the nature of acceptance, the exact terms of the contract and whether Posh Posters’ proposed termination of contract constitutes breach of contract.