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    pharmaceutical society of great britain v boots


    In the case of Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain v Boots, the court ruled that displaying goods in a store for sale doesn't constitute an offer but an invitation to treat. This means customers make an offer when they bring items to the cashier, and the store accepts by selling the goods. It was a landmark decision shaping contract law, particularly in retail settings, clarifying the distinction between an offer and an invitation to treat. This precedent has significant implications for transactions and consumer rights, ensuring clarity and fairness in commercial exchanges.

    May 03 2024

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