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Flashcard 1365423295756

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If, on the other hand, there is a delay between the making of the statement and the parties entering into the contract then it is less likely to be treated as a term: [...]
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Routledge v McKay


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If, on the other hand, there is a delay between the making of the statement and the parties entering into the contract then it is less likely to be treated as a term: Routledge v McKay

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Flashcard 1365426965772

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Where a term of a contract is particularly onerous or unusual, and would not be generally known to the other party, the party seeking to enforce that term has to show that it has been fairly and reasonably brought to the attention of the other party: [case]
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Interfoto Picture Library Ltd v Stiletto Visual Programmes Ltd


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rm of a contract is particularly onerous or unusual, and would not be generally known to the other party, the party seeking to enforce that term has to show that it has been fairly and reasonably brought to the attention of the other party: <span>Interfoto Picture Library Ltd v Stiletto Visual Programmes Ltd<span><body><html>

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