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Revocation of Offers

Routledge v Grant [1828]
Routledge v Grant [1828]
The defendant placed his property on the market for sale. He included that the offer was to remain open for six weeks only. He then decided to take the house off the market before the 6 week period had ended. He was then sued for removing the house before
Dickinson v Dodds[1876]
Dickinson v Dodds[1876]
Dodds had offered to sell houses to Dickinson. The offer at hand was to remain open until 9 am on 12th of June. Dickinson intended to accept the offer but did not accept it at once. Berry a mutual acquaintance then told Dickinson that Dodds had withdrawn
Errington v Errington & Woods[1952]
Errington v Errington & Woods[1952]
A father bought and mortgaged a house for his Son and Daughter-in-law to live in. The house was in his own name, however he promised them once they had paid the mortgage off that he would transfer the legal title to them. However, unfortunately the father
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