return they found that their car had been badly vandalised by unhappy supporters of the losing team. a) Is Bob bound by the clause on the ticket? (4 marks) and b) Would your answer to (a) be different if Bob had been to Sydney Stadium on ten other occasions in the previous two years and on each of those occasions he had received a similar ticket in the same circumstances? (2 marks ) Q 6 Short answer (3 marks) 150 words limit In determining whether a statement is a representation or a term the courts consider a number of factors including the special skill or knowledge of either of the parties. Explain this with reference to a relevant case. Question 7 Problem (6 marks) David bought a quantity of paper from Super Paper Products Ltd. He told the store employee he wanted paper for wrapping gifts. The price of the paper was well above that of wrapping paper but about the same as for printing quality paper. When David got home he decided to print on the paper, but he found that it would not hold the ink and was useless for printing on. Referring only to the Goods Act (1958) Vic, advise David.
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