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    What's a tendon in Contract Law? Is it a document? If so, what kind?

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    tender = a bid, like at an auction
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    You know, we're doing Law degrees, its a bit worrying that the supposedly (in the view of of pop culture) brightest of the students except Medicine don't even know how to use a dictionary or a book.
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    I agree with the person above... surely google is your friend? or the OED?

    Actually, Im quite shocked at the level of education of the first years on the LLB. The reading ability is that of a ten year old with some people and the lecturers are constantly stopping to ask if you know the meaning of words they've used... in the good old days students wrote down the words and if they didnt know the meaning they looked it up.
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    Ignore this lot... they all think that they're far too superior for the likes of us.
    Baisically, a tender is an offer of something for someone to bid on. It's a bit confusing, but it's kind of like when a shop has a product on a shelf with a price on... this is a tender, i.e. an offer for the customer to make the bid to buy the product. Hope that's a bit more helpful
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    (Original post by *Rufus_Doofus*)
    Ignore this lot... they all think that they're far too superior for the likes of us.
    Baisically, a tender is an offer of something for someone to bid on. It's a bit confusing, but it's kind of like when a shop has a product on a shelf with a price on... this is a tender, i.e. an offer for the customer to make the bid to buy the product. Hope that's a bit more helpful
    Is that the same as an invitation to treat then?
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    (Original post by jacketpotato)
    tender = a bid, like at an auction
    ohhh ok thanks
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    (Original post by *Rufus_Doofus*)
    Ignore this lot... they all think that they're far too superior for the likes of us.
    Baisically, a tender is an offer of something for someone to bid on. It's a bit confusing, but it's kind of like when a shop has a product on a shelf with a price on... this is a tender, i.e. an offer for the customer to make the bid to buy the product. Hope that's a bit more helpful
    lol, as if they have already got a degree! that makes much more sense! Thanks
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    (Original post by Jamesey)
    Is that the same as an invitation to treat then?
    I think so, are you thinking of the case Fisher v Bell?
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    (Original post by sweetgyal24)
    I think so, are you thinking of the case Fisher v Bell?
    yes. lol thanks
 
 
 
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