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CONSEQUENCES OF ³NO´«..
WHAT IS ACCEPTANCE?
2 (b) of Contract Act 1950 define acceptance:-
when a perso...signifies his assent towards the proposal (offer) ..
also can be defined as consent or assent to the terms offered and agree to be legally bound by such acceptance«
HOW ACCEPTANCE SHOULD BE MADE?
´Section 7 (a) and (b) of Contract
Act 1950 stated that acceptance must be made:´
absolute without alteration and it must be expressly delivered to the offeror
WHEN ACCEPTANCE COMPLETE?
is complete when it comes to the knowledge of the offeror
IF the acceptance made by way of post or email?
must expressly made. In case the acceptance involves letter, email or in worst case scenario, how a deaf person would be able to accept any offer made to him?...
ACCEPTANCE BY WAY OF POST«. WHEN IT DEEM COMPLETE?
Section 4 (2) (a) of Contract Act 1950 said that:-
´ acceptance by way of post is considered complete when it was place in a post box or in a course of transmission«µ ADAM v LINDSEL
ABOUT EMAIL OR SMS? ´CAN WE APPLY THE SAME PRINCIPLE?
IN CASE OF INCAPABLE/DISABLE PERSON?
´ SILENT IS NOT FORM OF ACCEPTANCE
´ HOWEVER, THERE IS AN EXCEPTION
WHERE SILENT AN BE DEEM AS FORM OF ACCEPTANCE PROVIDED IT HAS BEEN MADE CLEARLY AND UNDERSTANDABLE BY THE OFFEROR.
IS REVOCATION ALLOWED FOR ACCEPTANCE?
TO REFER««««.. ´Section 5 (2) of Contract Act 1950 ´Section 6 (a), (b), (c), (d) of Contract Act 1950