Business Legislation and Ethics
Module innovator: Phil Robinson
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To be able to advise Neil, it is necessary to consider the law of the contracts, especially about give and acknowledgement. We will analyze the specific situation to see what laws can be applied and suggest Neil. In this case, we have 3 different people: First of all an offeror, a person who makes an offer (in this case, Neil) and two offerees, anyone to whom a deal is made (in this case, Theresa and Alex).
Neil placed an advert inside the " Pet cats WeeklyвЂќ mag, which offer an unusual female utopian cat on the market ВЈ500 or nearest offer. This is an invitation to deal with, which is " an indication which a person is prepared to receive offers expecting to to entering into a joining example, an advertisement of goods for sale or possibly a company prospectus inviting pertaining to shares. It should be distinguished from an offer which will requires only acceptance to conclude the contractвЂќ (Corporate and Business Law).
For the Monday, Theresa phoned Neil to make a counter-offer of ВЈ450. He will not want to sell it below ВЈ475, and tell her she has until Friday noon to do a written acceptance.
About Wednesday Alex, made a meeting to see the feline at twelve. 00 am on Thurs night. He made a package of 470ВЈ for it, which Neil welcomes.
" An offer is an share or intended statement of the terms which the developer is willing to be contractually bound whether it is accepted unconditionally. The give may be built to one person, to a class of persons or to the world in particular, and only the individual or one of many persons who it is built may agree to it. вЂќ (Corporate and Business Law).
Case of Theresa
Theresa saw similar, and referred to as Neil to produce a counter-offer of 450ВЈ. Without a doubt, " An advertisement of products for sale is generally an attempt to induce offersвЂќ [Partridge v Crittenden (1968)]. He declined that by stating he will not sell it for under 475ВЈ. This means he has been doing a counter-offer, so Theresa may...