By Sally Russell
Up to date legislation AND unfastened INTERACTIVE workouts plus you simply purchase what you wish! Written by way of an skilled instructor and senior examiner, this booklet covers the entire legislations wanted for AQA A2 legislations Unit 4B legislations of Tort. totally up-to-date in 2014 withrecent circumstances and legislation it truly is written in a full of life, transparent and available means and is designed to aid scholars of all studying types to appreciate the topic. a number of interactive projects accompany this publication. Please stopover at my site at www.drsr.org and click ‘Free routines’ for the index. This e-book can be utilized as a self-study advisor in addition to within the school room, and comprises: Stimulating initiatives, self-test questions, examination advice and key circumstances highlighted to assist with using the legislation lots of diagrams and examples to deliver the topic to existence principles for connecting the important legislation to some of the suggestions of legislations 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 though written for the AQA standards, it's a important advent to higher-level classes similar to the Institute of criminal Executives path and diverse legislations measure classes. to be had through Sally Russell: THE legislations defined sequence: person booklets masking particular issues of legislation from 2014. those booklets have plenty extra examples and initiatives and presently conceal thoughts of legislation, so much felony legislations and a few Tort. For the freshest checklist of what's on hand (I am nonetheless writing!) please cost my author’s web page on Amazon or stopover at my web site at www.drsr.org. AQA Unit 2A: the concept that of legal responsibility: advent to felony legislation (2015) AQA Unit 2B: the idea that of legal responsibility: creation to tort (2015) AQA Unit 3A felony legislation: Offences opposed to the individual (2013) AQA Unit 4B: legislation of Torts (2014) AQA Unit 4C: options of legislation (2013) OCR Unit G153 legal legislations and G154 felony legislations distinct examine Unit (2015) OCR Unit G157 legislation of Torts and G158 legislation of Torts precise research Unit (2015) legal legislation: Offences opposed to the individual revision (2013) 2007 variants of either the OCR and AQA books overlaying all topic parts
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The CA held that the rule in Pinnel’s Case, as applied in Foakes v Beer, had not been affected by Williams v Roffey. This meant that, as there was no consideration in return for the Revenue’s promise to accept payment in instalments, they had every right to ask for the full amount owed. | Task Read the above cases on part-payment of a debt. Using cases, write a paragraph on whether you believe the rule in Pinnel’s Case to be a necessary protection, or whether you think it should be abolished. Would business people beneﬁt from its abolition, as suggested by Lord Blackburn in Foakes, or suffer unwanted pressure as in Rees?
This offer had been accepted so there was a valid agreement and D was in breach of contract. Food for thought It may not always be clear what amounts to a counter-offer, and what will be treated as merely a request for information. In Stevenson the question about credit could arguably be taken as a new term, and thus a counter-offer or rejection of the original offer, as indeed it was by the seller. This leaves the law somewhat uncertain in an area where certainty is vital: buying and selling goods.
V Leon Van Tien Hoven & Co. m Examination pointer Look carefully for any clues in a problem question, such as times or dates. This will be particularly important when letters are exchanged. The following task involves an application of the rules you have seen so far and is the type of thing that could be included in a given scenario. | Task Smith and Jones Ltd send an offer to buy 200 keyboards to Computer Bitz Ltd in Glasgow on 1 October. On 3 October they change their mind and send a revocation of the offer, also by post.