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    An Invitation to Treat an Offer

    An invitation to treat is an action inviting different events to make an offer to kind a contract. These actions might typically seem like offers them, and the difference can typically be difficult to determine. The distinction is important as a end result of accepting an offer creates a binding contract whereas “accepting” an invite […] More

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    Is an invitation to treat an offer? Discuss?

    Answer: Section 2(a), Contracts Act 1950 provides that ‘when one person signifies to another his willingness to do or to abstain from doing anything, with a view to obtaining the assent of that other to the act or abstinence, he is said to make a proposal’. Case: M N Guha Majumder v R E Donough […] More

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    Differrences between Invitation to treat and Proposal

    A proposal is made when a person is willing to enter into a legally binding contract. However, an invitation to treat is merely a supply of information (eg. an advertisement) to tempt a person into making a proposal. It is important to differentiate a proposal which will consequently lead to binding obligations on acceptance. On […] More