#contract #law #terms
Where a statement is made during negotiations for the purpose of inducing the other party to enter the contract, there is, prima facie, ground for inferring that the statement was intended to be a binding term of contract. However, the inference can be rebutted if the party making the statement can show that it would not be reasonable to hold him bound by it.
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