Four friends, Abbi, Bemo, Celia and Dan were in a pub in January 2001 when Ellie, whom they had just met, persuaded them to join up with her in buying Megallions lottery tickets every Friday. Having decided on “the 5 Luckiest” as their name, they agreed that one of them would buy a ticket every week and that this role would be rotated in alphabetical order. It would be up to the person buying the ticket to select any numbers to play for. At 11p.m. on 27 July 2014, a ticket Ellie bought won £10 million in the Megallions lottery. The result was announced at 11.30p.m. on that day.
(c) Bemo emailed Ellie at 10.55 p.m. on 27 July 2014 informing her of his withdrawal from the 5 Luckiest. Bemo sent Ellie a second email at 11.01 p.m. telling her to ignore my last email”. Ellie checked and read both emails at 10a.m. on 28 July 2014.
I have to dicuss the legal position of the parties. But I have no idea what to do with this question. I tried to look at intentions to create legal relations, agreements, cancelation by consideration.
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- 21-01-2015 22:02
- 26-01-2015 20:09
Hi, I've moved your thread to the Law Study Help Sub-forum, as you're more likely to get answers to study related questions here.
- 26-01-2015 20:54
Although I don't study law, would it not be useful to know when the winning ticket was purchased?
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