Baird Textile Holdings Ltd v Marks and Spencers Plc [2001]

Facts

  • M&S had been purchasing from Baird Textiles for more than 30 years
  • M&S sent a letter ceasing trading with Baird Textiles

Issue

  • Was there an inferred contract saying that M&S needed to give buy alprazolam powder china Baird Textiles reasonable notice of such a cease of orders

Decision

  • No contract

Reasoning

  • Contracts can only be inferred by necessity and no uncertainty
  • Here, there would be too much uncertainty
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