Offer and acceptance

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A rejection terminates an offer, so that it can no longer be accepted. A counter-offer also operates as a rejection and a purported acceptance may be a counter-offer if it substantially varies the proposed terms (Trollope & Colls v Atomic Power Constructions Ltd [1963] 1 W.L.R. 333). An attempt to...

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