An offer is the starting point in the making of anagreement
An offer is the proposal by one party to another to enter into a legally bindind agreement with him
An offer,which is valid,in itself is sufficient to create legal relationship without any response from the other party
An offer should be made with a view to obtain the asssent of the other person to the proposed act
Inform the other person about his intention
Obtain the assent of that other person the proposed act or abstinence
Know the reaction of the other person
Obtain satisfaction by doing or abstain from doing the proposed act
Acceptor for honour
Offeree or promise
C ontracting party
It must be communicated to the offeree.
It must be made with a view to obtain offeree's assent
It must express offeror's final willingness.
It must be made to a specific and not to public at large
It must have its terms definite and clear.
It must be capable of creating legal relation ship.
Both (a) and (b).
None of these
B is not entitled to the reward as he did not know about the offer when he discovered the missing boy i.e., the offer to pay reward has not been communicated to him.
B is entitled to the reward as the offer has been communicated to him while sending him to trace missing boy.
No valid contract comes into existence as the offer of reward is not made to any specific him to trace missing boy.
Offer is not valid as unilateral contracts are not recognised.
It is not made to obtain B's assent.
It is uncertain as there is nothing to show what kind of oil is intended to be sold.
In does not express A's final willingness.
It is forbidden by law.
True, as it is a vague and loose offer i.e., uncertain offer
False,as A has expressed his willingness to obtain B's assent to his willingness to buy.
Communicated to A
Made to obtain A's assent
An offer, but simply an answer to a question.
Acceptable being in telegram form.
Valid offer to sell at printed/ listed price.
An invitation to receive offer at printed/listed price.
An offer to the public at large acceptable by any body.
An express offer to sell at printed/listed price.
An offer may be made to the world at large
An offer may be positive or negative.
An offer may be express or implied
An offer must be made to a specific person.
Either (a) or (b)
Both (a) and (b)
Public at large
Public at large
Males or Females
Comes forward and acts accordingly.
Acts accordingly and his act is ratified by the offeror.
Seeks offeor's permission to accept the offer
Informs the public that he is willing to accept the offer.
Balfour v. Balfour
Harvey v. Facie
Carlill v. Carbolic Smoke Ball Co.
Both (a) and (b)
The first hundred people
The first ten people
Any number of persons until it is retraced.
One person only who first accepts the offer
Is closed as soon as the first information is received by the offeror.
Remains alive until retraced by the offeror.
Accepted by any number of persons until retraced
It not recognised under law as it creates confusion..
True, as the offer cannot be accepted without knowledge.
False, as there is no such legal provision
A bid at an auction is an implied offer to buy.
In a self-service restaurant there is an implied promise to pay for consuming eatables.
Both (a) and (b), as an implied offer valid and recognized under law.
None of these, as there is no valid offer in both the cases.
It must be definite and certain.
It must express offeror's intension to be bound by his offer.
It must be made to a specific person and not to public at large.
It must be in the form of invitation to receive offer.
Acceptance of an offer is necessary to create legal relationship.
Acceptance is the consent given to the offer.
Acceptance can be presumed form acceptor's silence
Acceptance must be communicated to the offeror himself.
True, as it is the legal definition of acceptance give in Section 2(b)
False, as on acceptance the proposal does not become promise.