• Que.

    fisher v bell


    Fisher v Bell  was a crucial case in English contract law, concerning the display of goods in a shop window. The court ruled that displaying an item for sale, such as a flick knife, did not constitute an offer but an invitation to treat. Therefore, the shopkeeper wasn't legally bound to sell it. This case established the principle that the display of goods for sale is generally an invitation to negotiate, not a binding offer. It's a landmark case illustrating the distinction between an offer and an invitation to treat, which is fundamental in contract law jurisprudence.

    Apr 11 2024

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