Offer and acceptance

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The phrase ‘battle of the forms’ means an offer followed by a series of counter-offers. The usual rule to solve this situation is the ‘last-shot’ doctrine, which states that where conflicting communications are exchanged, each is a counter-offer. A contract is formed when the last set of terms are received...

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