Felthouse V Bindley
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- Barrister Richard Colbey pointed us to the case of Felthouse v Bindley (1862) that established the rule that “silence cannot amount to acceptance” in a contract.
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- Surely there must also be some act on the part of the the offeree to indicate acceptance of a contract, see Felthouse v Bindley 1862.
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