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A made contract to construct a hose for B subsequently, B sued A for breach of contract. A raised the defense that the contract was not binding

A made contract to construct a hose for B subsequently, B sued A for breach of contract. A raised the defense that the contract was not binding because it was not sealed. Is this a valid defense?     [ cooper v G. E construction Co]

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This is a valid defense because the house is not built according to the plan and... View the full answer

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 If the contract had not been sealed... View the full answer

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  • Thus the defence by B was valid
    • silaspremadaza7
    • Jun 07, 2016 at 7:21am

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