Re Casey’s Patents 
- The claimant promoted the defendant’s patents
- After most of the work was completed, the defendant promised to pay. He subsequently didn’t pay
- Could the past consideration make the promise to pay binding
- Yes, claim succeeded
- As there was an understanding of renumeration, there was an obligation to pay; the consideration was sufficient
Posted in Contract Law Revision Notes.
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