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2. A person may make a statement without any mtennon of creating a binding
(a) True (b) False I an offer. 3. An ............... loanofferoranintention to putaproposaldoesnot amount 0
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(0) Both (a) and (b) (d) None of these 4. We do not even realize that we are making a contract
(a) True (b) False 5. The offer should not bind the other party to reply. In the same way, if the oﬂ‘er should “0' 00mm ten non-compliance of which may be assumed as acceptance
(a) True (b) False 6. The terms and conditions are informed after the offer is made or aﬁer the contract is made. it is notbim to the ............................
(a) Offered (b) Acceptances (c) Both (a) and (b) (d) None of these. 7. Sir William Anson has explained the effect of acceptance while saying that ‘Acceptance is to an offen a lighted match is to a train of gunpowder’
(a) True (b) False 8. Documentation was done in context as the work was being done. Data quality and quantity was signiﬁel
better than recollections some time alter the event. (a)Recollcction (b) Collection
(c) Both (a) and (b) (d) None of these. obligations and are not contracts. (a) True (b) False 10. The communication of ..................... may be express or implied A mere mental acceptmwe
acceptance ' _ (a) Acceptance (b) Offer (C) Contracts ((1) None of these. Explain the offer and acceptance. Deﬁne agreement. What is contraCt? Distinguish between agreement and contract
Describe the legal rules for the acceptance. ’
Differences between an offer and invitation to offer. All contracts are agreements but all agreements are not contract. Coment on the statemen What are the law relating to contract by post?
are the circumstances of revoking an offer and neceptance? tance must be communicated, Comment on statement. 9. A005?
10. Acceptance may be express or implied. explain the statement. Answers for Self Assessment Questions I. (b) 2 (a) 3.(b) '4.(a) 5.(a)
8.(a) 9.(a) 10.(a) ...
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- Winter '15
- Offer And Acceptance