Sufficiency

Consideration must be sufficient but does not have to be adequate.

Consideration must be sufficient but does not have to be adequate Thomas v Thomas (1842).

Consideration is considered sufficient if it is real (White v Bluett (1853)),if it is tangible (Ward v Byham (1956)) and if it has some discernible value (Chappell & Co Ltd v Nestle Co Ltd (1959)).

Consideration does not need to be adequate but it must be of some value.

Ward v Byham [1956] EWCA Civ 1 (16 January 1956)

Chappell & Co Ltd v Nestle Co Ltd [1959] UKHL 1 (18 June 1959)

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