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Contract Law

Williams v Roffey Bros Case Analysis

Williams v Roffey Bros & Nicholls (Contractors) Ltd [1991] 1 QB 1   Overview Where A and B are in and existing contract and A promises to give more to B this promise will be binding if A receives a practical benefit even though B is only doing what they promised to do under the

Williams v Roffey Bros Case Analysis2020-04-08T01:23:21+00:00

Consideration Essay

The rule in Foakes v Beer[i] states that an agreement to vary a contract by accepting less is not binding unless the promisor agrees to accept less and receives something extra of value in the eyes of the law. The rule has stood the test of time for over one hundred years. However, the courts

Consideration Essay2019-10-03T14:03:01+00:00