• Que.

    partridge v crittenden


    In the case of Partridge v. Crittenden, the court ruled that an advertisement offering goods for sale at a specific price did not constitute a legally binding contract. Instead, it was seen as an invitation to treat, meaning the seller was inviting customers to make an offer to buy, which could then be accepted or rejected at their discretion. This decision clarified that advertisements are typically not considered offers but rather invitations for negotiation, protecting sellers from unintentionally entering into contracts simply by advertising goods at a certain price.

    Apr 01 2024

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