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Contract 2

Consideration

TermDefinition
Dunlop v Selfridge Lord Dunedin quoted Sir F Pollock's definition
Bravo Two Zero case Illustrates forbearance by both parties - SAS
Thomas v Thomas Peppercorn rent
Chappell v Nestle Choc wrappers were 'of value'
Re McArdle Past consideration is not valid
Re Casey's patent Work was undertaken in expectation of payment
Lampleigh v Braithwait Seeking pardon was the consideration
Tweddle v Atkinson Consideration must move from the promisee
White v Bluett 'Not complaining' was not good consideration
Ward v Byham Keeping daughter 'happy' etc was good consideration
Collins v Godefroy Attendance under subpoena not good consideration
Glasbrook v Glamorgan Extra police presence was good consideration
Stilk v Myrik Covering for 2 deserters = not consideration
Hartley v Ponsonby Covering for half of crew = good consideration
Williams v Roffey Promise to finish work on time was consideration
Scotson v Pegg Delivery of coal in return for unloading
Pinnel's case Part payment of debt not good consideration for writing off remainder
Foakes v Beer HL affirmed Pinnel's case
Welby v Drake Part payment by father was good consideration
Hughes v Metropolitan Railway Original promissory estoppel case
High Trees case Lord Denning promissory estoppel (obiter)
Created by: Mr Lovell
 

 



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