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The making of contracts (2) – consideration
jurisprudence by Foakes v. Beer.11.
The rule in Pinnel's Case was strongly reaffirmed in Foakes v Beer.12 However, the courts will overrule decisions that are clearly wrong.
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Statute – some statutes outline situations in which Foakes v Beer is eliminated ( ex: Law and Equity Act) ........ 30. C.
heresy93 and abolishing the rule in Foakes v. Beer.

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[ii] Pearce, Luke (2008), “Foakes v Beer and Promissory Estoppel: A Step Too Far, King's Law Journal”, Volume 19, Number 3, p. 639. [iii] Berhard, Regina, Kellermann, Christian (2008), Against All Debts?

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Foakes v Beer [1884] UKHL 1 is and English contract law case, which applied the controversial Pre-existing Duty Rule in the context of part payments of debts.
Contract Law Casenote: Foakes v Beer 1884
Foakes v Beer (1884) 9 App. Cas. 605, House of Lords.
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Foakes v Beer - Australian Contract Law | Julie Clarke
Beer obtained a judgement against Foakes for a debt owed and costs in 1875.

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