Thornton v Shoe Lane Parking 
- A ticket given after the claimant paid into a parking machine excluded liability from personal injury while the claimant was in the car park
- When is a contract made with a machine; did the terms on the ticket apply
- Terms did not apply
- A contract is made when the money is put in the machine; the machine’s presence is a contractual offer
- The terms were not presented until after the contract was made, and so did not apply
Posted in Contract Law Revision Notes.
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