Explain the various rules under which contract terms may be incorporated into a contract and then critically evaluate the rules.

An important point to remember is that not everything that is said at the negotiation or formation stage subsequently becomes incorporated into the contract.

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This essay looks at the nature of terms and their incorporation into contracts.

It examines the rules which have been established by the courts.

The cases of Olley v Marlborough Court Hotel Ltd (1949) and Chapelton v Barry UDC (1940) are looked at in detail and other cases are referred to so that you can do further research.

The work then goes on to evaluate the rules relating to incorporation.

The essay lends itself to development according to individual needs.


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