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Do you have to cite/reference definitions which are common knowledge in exams eg. the definition of an offer etc.?
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The more citations you can remember the better. For instance, it would be good if you could remember that the snail in the bottle is Donoghue v Stevenson (note the spelling) because it's so foundational, but definitions of things like an offer I don't think need a reference.
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