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#consideration #contract
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Consideration must have some value 'in the eyes of the law'. It matters not how small that value is, so long as it is worth something. If a thing of value can be identified, then there will be sufficiency of consideration and, as seen above, the court will not enquire as to its adequacy.
White v Bluett (1853) 23 LJ Ex 36

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#consideration #contract
Question
Consideration must have some value 'in the eyes of the law'. It matters not how small that value is, so long as it is worth something. If a thing of value can be identified, then there will be sufficiency of consideration and, as seen above, the court will not enquire as to its adequacy.
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#consideration #contract
Question
Consideration must have some value 'in the eyes of the law'. It matters not how small that value is, so long as it is worth something. If a thing of value can be identified, then there will be sufficiency of consideration and, as seen above, the court will not enquire as to its adequacy.
White v Bluett (1853) 23 LJ Ex 36
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