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Contract Law objectivity


I am making essay plans for some general contract law essay questions, so I can tailor them to the specific question come the exam.

For a question on objectivity, how would I best approach this? Do you think it should first explain what objectivity is and how/why it is used in Contract law? Then do you think I should provide doctrinal examples of its operation, for example, (1) intention during agreement, (2) intention in mistake situations and (3) maybe intention in estoppel?

Do you think that would be a suitable structure to follow?
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yes it is

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