White v Bluett 
- A father lent money to his son, and said that if the son stopped complaining about the way the father distributed property in his will
- The father died and the estate sought to recover the debt from the son
- Could ‘not complaining’ constitute good consideration for the promise of not needing to repay the debt
- No consideration, debt repayable
- Such consideration cannot be of value in the eyes of the law; there is no right to complain
Posted in Contract Law Revision Notes.
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