The word communication does not mean the same thing when accepting as it does when it applies to an offer. The offer must indeed be communicated, that is, knowingly of the other party. However, acceptance is considered to be notified if it is made in the manner indicated by the supplier, even if the supplier may not know anything about the hypothesis. With respect to contracts for a specified benefit, an injunction may be sought if the contract prohibits a particular act. A cease-and-desent action prohibits the person from performing the deed mentioned in the contract. In some jurisdictions, the use of a method not expressly or tacitly approved by the operator, even if it is faster, does not result in a contract until the acceptance has been received. However, in most jurisdictions, the method of adoption, if by nature faster, is considered a tacitly authorized means and acceptance is effective during shipping. Contract law does not set a clear limit on what is considered an acceptable false claim or unacceptable. The question, then, is what types of false allegations (or deceptions) will be significant enough to invalidate a contract on the basis of this deception. Advertising that uses “puffing” or the practice of exaggerating certain things is a matter of possible false assertions.

[102] In the simplest case of an offence, the benefit due is only the payment of a supporting debt (an agreed amount of money). In this case, section 49 of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 allows for summary action at the cost of goods or services, i.e. judicial proceedings are quickly followed. Consumers also benefit according to sections 48A-E, with a special right to repair a defective product. An additional benefit is that a plaintiff who files a claim no longer has an obligation to reduce his loss. This was another requirement that the common law courts had invented before a right to the offence could be applied. For example, in service contracts that cover a long period of time (for example. B 5 years), courts often suggest that an applicant should find alternative work in a few months and therefore should not receive money for the duration of the contract. White- Carter (Councils) Ltd v. McGregor[210] an advertising company had a contract to file advertisements for McGregor`s garage stores on public garbage cans. McGregor said he wanted to cancel the deal, but White-Carter Ltd.

refused, while denouncing the ads and asking for all the money. McGregor argued that they should have tried to mitigate their loss by finding other clients, but the majority of lords ignored them. The claims were different from the damages. A condition that follows is a condition that, if it exists, terminates the obligation to provide or pay under the contract. Suppose, for example, that an insurance contract provides that legal action must be brought against him for a loss covered by the policy within one year of the loss of the insured. If the destruction of the insured`s building by a fire represents a risk covering the policy, the insured must sue the insurer within the specified time frame or the subsequent condition ends the obligation of the company in accordance with the policy. However, it is important to take into account, in the context of the contract, and not as in the past. For example, in the first English case of Eastwood v. Kenyon [1840], the guardian of a young girl, took out a loan to educate her.

After her marriage, her husband promised to pay off the debts, but the loan was considered a historical value. The inadequacy of previous considerations is related to the existing customs rule. In the first English case of Stilk v. Myrick [1809], a captain promised to divide the salaries of two deserters among the rest of the crew if they agreed to set sail; However, this promise was found to be unenforceable, as the crew was already in charge of the ship`s navigation.