Felthouse v Bindley 
- An offeror wished to purchase a horse
- He sent an offer saying words to the effect of if you don’t hear from me, I shall assume the horse to be mine
- Could silence constitute acceptance
- No contract
- A contract cannot be forced upon someone, only an offeror can be bound by silence
Posted in Contract Law Revision Notes.
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