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    carlill v carbolic case


    Certainly! In the landmark case of Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co., Mrs. Carlill sued the company for failing to honor their promise of a £100 reward for anyone who used their product as directed and still contracted influenza. The court ruled in favor of Mrs. Carlill, establishing that Carbolic Smoke Ball Co.'s advertisement constituted a legally binding contract. This case set a precedent in contract law, emphasizing the importance of clear and unambiguous offer, acceptance, and consideration. It demonstrated that even advertisements can be considered offers if they fulfill the necessary criteria for a contract to be formed.

    Apr 12 2024

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