I've made these scenarios up myself, but Ive got myself confused loll
a.) A father and son make an agreement that the father will give the son the car next week for £500 in return [to be paid next week]. The father, before that time is up, contracts with someone else and sells the car. The son sues for breach of contract. The father argued that he is not in breach of contract as they are father and son, and thus there was no intention to create legal relations
b.) A father and son make an agreement that the father will give the son the car for £5000. The son pays the father £5000 but the father doesn't give the son the car. The father argues as it is social and domestic, he is under no obligation
c.) A daughter gives her mother £1 to buy her an ice cream. The mother keeps the £1 pound but doesn't buy her the ice cream. When taken to court by the daughter, the mother argues that it was a social and domestic agreement
WHAT HAPPENS IN EACH OF THESE CASES AND WHY?
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- Thread Starter
- 21-03-2016 01:22
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- 23-03-2016 02:40
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