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Up to date legislations AND loose INTERACTIVE routines plus you simply purchase what you would like! Written by means of an skilled instructor and senior examiner, this booklet covers all of the legislation wanted for AQA A2 legislations Unit 4B legislations of Tort. absolutely up to date in 2014 withrecent circumstances and legislation it truly is written in a full of life, transparent and obtainable approach and is designed to aid scholars of all studying kinds to appreciate the topic. quite a number interactive initiatives accompany this ebook. Please stopover at my web site at www.drsr.org and click ‘Free routines’ for the index. This booklet can be utilized as a self-study advisor in addition to within the lecture room, and contains: Stimulating projects, self-test questions, examination tips and key instances highlighted to assist with employing the legislation lots of diagrams and examples to carry the topic to lifestyles principles for connecting the major legislations to a number of the thoughts of legislations coated in Unit 4C exam perform, whole with instance exam scripts and counsel (Answers to initiatives & self-test questions are at www.drsr.org) different classes even if written for the AQA requisites, it's a necessary advent to higher-level classes comparable to the Institute of criminal Executives direction and numerous legislation measure classes. on hand by means of Sally Russell: THE legislations defined sequence: person booklets masking particular subject matters of legislations from 2014. those booklets have plenty extra examples and projects and at present hide innovations of legislation, such a lot felony legislations and a few Tort. For the freshest record of what's to be had (I am nonetheless writing!) please cost my author’s web page on Amazon or stopover at my web site at www.drsr.org. AQA Unit 2A: the concept that of legal responsibility: creation to felony legislations (2015) AQA Unit 2B: the concept that of legal responsibility: creation to tort (2015) AQA Unit 3A legal legislation: Offences opposed to the individual (2013) AQA Unit 4B: legislation of Torts (2014) AQA Unit 4C: thoughts of legislations (2013) OCR Unit G153 legal legislations and G154 legal legislations specific learn Unit (2015) OCR Unit G157 legislation of Torts and G158 legislation of Torts particular research Unit (2015) felony legislations: Offences opposed to the individual revision (2013) 2007 versions of either the OCR and AQA books protecting all topic parts
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They then demanded payment in full. The company argued, using Williams v Roffey, that the Revenue had gained a benefit. The CA held that the rule in Pinnel’s Case, as applied in Foakes v Beer, had not been affected by Williams v Roffey. This meant that, as there was no consideration in return for the Revenue’s promise to accept payment in instalments, they had every right to ask for the full amount owed. | Task Read the above cases on part-payment of a debt. Using cases, write a paragraph on whether you believe the rule in Pinnel’s Case to be a necessary protection, or whether you think it should be abolished.
Williams was subcontracted to do the carpentry work on 27 flats but he under-quoted for the work. He then got into financial difficulties and the contractor offered him an extra payment of £575 per completed flat if he got the work finished on time. He carried on but didn’t get paid, so he stopped and claimed the extra payment. The contractors argued that there was no consideration; the carpenter was only doing what he had been contracted to do. Based on Stilk, one would expect the court to agree.
Qxd 8/8/06 1:50 PM Page 26 Study Block 1 Formation of a contract The benefit here was the avoidance of a ‘penalty clause’. This was a clause in the main contractor’s agreement with the owners of the flats which would have meant that the contractors would lose a lot of money if they finished late. Food for thought Williams is hard to reconcile with Stilk v Myrick, which Glidewell LJ said it ‘refined’. The case never went to the HL, so the area is still open to some extent. It may be hard to distinguish between genuine cases and cases where a promise is made under duress.
A2 law for AQA by Sally Russell