This quiz is based on English law and has some questions that relate specifically to insurance contracts.

It is useful revision for students studying Insurance law in the UK.

There are 50 questions. 40 are multiple choice where you need to select a single correct option. The remaining 10 are multi select, which means that you need to select two or more correct options.

Can you achieve the pass mark of 65%?

5 Sample Questions

You visit a supermarket and take a bottle of champagne from the shelf. You decide not to buy it and put it back . A shop assistant stops you and tells you that you must buy the bottle because you have accepted the store's offer to sell it by the action of picking it up.

Why is the shopkeeper wrong?

  • A. It is an invitation to treat
  • B. It is only a simple contract
  • C. It is a unilateral contract
  • D. There is no consensus ad idem

What type of offer have you made if you intend to be immediately bound by it?

  • A. True
  • B. Conditional
  • C. Invitational
  • D. Acceptable

Jane agrees to pay her daughter £10 per week if she washes the dishes after every meal. What is the main reason why this is unlikely to be a valid contract?

  • A. No intention to create legal relations
  • B. The agreement is not in writing
  • C. There is no consideration
  • D. Her daughter is no longer a minor

What can be described as the ‘price that supports the promise’?

  • A. Consideration
  • B. Offer and acceptance
  • C. Agreement
  • D. Consensus ad idem

Sarah, who is 17, enters into a business partnership. What is the best description of the legal position?

  • A. Sarah is bound by the contract unless she repudiates it
  • B. Sarah is not bound by the contract
  • C. Sarah is unable to enforce the contract
  • D. Sarah is bound by the contract and is unable to repudiate it

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