Losses which arise naturally from the breach of contract
Losses which are in both parties’ contemplation as a probable result of its breach
Losses which arise naturally from the breach of contract or which are in both parties’ contemplation as a probable result of its breach
Losses which are reasonably foreseen by both parties at the time the contract is made
A breach of a condition entitles an innocent party to repudiate a contract unless he has accepted the breach.
A breach of a condition entitles an innocent party to repudiate a contract whether or not the breach has been accepted.
A breach of a condition entitles an innocent party to recover damages only.
A breach of a condition or warranty entitles the innocent party to damages only
If rescission is available, damages in lieu may be awarded at the court’s discretion under the Misrepresentation Act 1967.
Rescission cannot be awarded if it is impossible to return the parties to their pre-contract position.
Despite being the victim of a misrepresentation, the misrepresentee may affirm the contract.
For this type of misrepresentation, damages may be obtained under the tort of negligence but not under the Misrepresentation Act 1967
Long v Lloyd
Leaf v International Galleries
Hedley Byrne v Heller and Partners
Armstrong v Jackson
Prima facie of the essence
Of the essence
Never of the essence
Can never be made of the essence
File a Defence
File and Acknowledgement of Service
File and Admission
File a Request for Further Information to the Particulars of Claim
A contract for the sale of goods
A contract for the supply of services
A contract involving work and materials
A contract which can be divided into two component parts of sale of goods and supply and services
A claim for total failure of consideration
A claim for a quantum meruit
A claim for damages
A claim for a frustrated contract
Delay defeats equities
Equity abhors a vacuum
Equity follows the law
Equity looks on as done that which ought to be done
There is no period of time
Quia timet Injunction
Contract of employment
Contract for the sale of shares in private company
Contract for the sale of shares in a public company
Contract for the sale of goods where the goods are in ready supply
It quashes a decision taken by a public authority
It can be used in conjunction with human rights claims for damages
It requires a public authority to act
It is a prerogative public law remedy
Misrepresentation originates from the tort of deceit
The Misrepresentation Act 1967 established a third type of misrepresentation
The Misrepresentation Act 1967 retained the need for the claimant to prove negligent misrepresentation
No special relationship needs to be established in order to succeed with a negligence claim.
The employee's incompetence
The employee's misconduct
The employee's inability to do the job without contravening a statute
That the employee proposes to join an independent trade union
An interim injunction order
A prohibitory injunction order
A search order
A perpetual injunction order. The innocent party need perform no further contactual obligations