Contract Law

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Contract Law by Mind Map: Contract Law

1. Agreement

1.1. Offer

1.1.1. What can you do with an Offer?

1.1.2. Notice of the Offer

1.2. Acceptance

1.2.1. Rules of Acceptance

1.2.2. Postal Rule

2. Invitation To Treat

3. Procedural Requirement Satisfaction.

3.1. Proper Form

3.2. Privity of Contract

3.3. Agency

4. Form

4.1. Simple Contracts

4.1.1. Oral

4.1.2. Written

4.2. Simple Contracts

4.2.1. Bilateral

4.2.2. Collateral

4.2.2.1. Unilateral

5. 7 Requisites for Contracts

5.1. Intention

5.1.1. Implied Intention

5.1.1.1. Non-Commercial

5.1.1.1.1. Domestic

5.1.1.1.2. Voluntary

5.1.1.2. Commerical

5.2. Consideration

5.2.1. 9. Practical Benefit can be good consideration.

5.2.2. Rules for Consideration

5.2.2.1. 1. Consideration is essential

5.2.2.2. 2. Must not be past

5.2.2.3. 4. Must be sufficient

5.2.2.4. 5. Possible

5.2.2.5. 3. Must have value

5.2.2.6. 6. Definite

5.2.2.7. 7. Legal

5.2.2.8. 8. Referable to the other party's promise

5.2.3. Insufficient Consideration

5.2.3.1. Moral Obligations

5.2.3.2. Part Payment

5.3. Promissory Estoppel

5.3.1. Brennan J's (Waltons V Maher 6 Step Test

5.4. Legality of Purposes

5.5. Legal Capacity

5.6. Genuine Consent

6. Statements That are Not Offers

6.1. Request for Information

6.2. Counter-Offer

6.3. Tenders

7. Contents of a Contract

7.1. Representation

7.1.1. Representation Test

7.2. Terms

7.2.1. Express

7.2.2. Implied

7.2.2.1. Statutory Implied

7.2.3. Condition

7.2.4. Warranty

7.2.5. Meaningless

7.2.6. Ambiguous

7.2.7. Changing Terms

7.3. Parol Evidence

7.3.1. Reluctant

7.4. Exclusion Clause

7.4.1. Ambiguity Rule

7.4.2. Negligence Rule

7.4.3. “Four Corners” Rule

7.4.4. Notice Given before

7.4.5. Main Contract states

8. Vitiating Elements

8.1. Void Vs Voidable

8.2. Mistake

8.3. Misrepresentation

8.4. Illegality

8.5. Inequality between the parties

9. Termination

9.1. Performance

9.2. Agreement

9.3. Operation of Law

9.4. Lapse of Time

9.5. Frustration

9.6. Statute of Limitation

10. Damages

10.1. Causation

10.2. Remoteness

10.3. Cases

10.4. Mitigation

10.5. Types

10.6. Equitable Remedies

10.6.1. Restitution

10.6.2. Recission

10.6.3. Ratification

10.6.4. Injunction

10.6.5. Special Performance