The offer is terminated by the counter offer and was not able to retrieve So it

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to initial offer that was two hundred dollars. The offer is terminated by the counter offer and was not able to retrieve. So, it is not bound to any legal contract but Bernard can sue Alan for breaching of contract as he did not pass Bernard his hand- written notes and claim damages from Alan. In this case Alan V Charleen , agreements between siblings proves that there is no contract because both parties have no intention to create legal consequences from the beginning so the court will dismiss this case. Even through Alan V Damien case was not a form of contract, Damien is allowed to sue Alan for blenching of contract of dishonestly and fraudulently for not giving him the original textbook and is allowed to ask for remedies because Damien suffered a loss. All three parties have no contract formed with Alan but Bernard and Damien can still sue Alan and claim for the damages that they have suffered. As for Charleen, she is Alan’s sister so there will be no action needed to be done between social and domestic relationships, the courts will dismiss this case. Bernard and Damien will both claim unliquidated damages and this will be determined by the small claims Tribunal Court. Alan will be charged with dishonesty and fraudulently action for lying about his grades and not fulfilling the terms of contract agreements for Bernard and Damien.
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