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BACK TO CASE LAW SELECTIONHyde v WrenchStevenson v McleanBritish Steel Corporation v Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Co.
The defendant wanted to sell his farm for £1000, but counter offered an amount with the claimant of £950. When the defendant rejected this the claimant tried to accept the original price and claimed breach of contract when the sale did not occur.
The defendant offered to sell iron to the claimant. The claimant wanted in reply to the offer to know if the delivery could be staggered over two months. On receiving no reply the claimant then sent a letter of acceptance and sued when the iron was sold t
Cleveland Bridge were sub-contracted to build the steel framework for a bank in Saudi Arabia. This required a particular steel node which it asked British Steel Corporation to make. BSC wanted a disclaimer of liability for loss caused by late delivery. Cl
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