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Can you name the offer and acceptance cases?

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Silence and inaction can constitute acceptance in the US in certain circumstances, where the offeror has every reason to believe the offeree will accept.
Advert is offer of unilateral contract if conditions stated are performed. Performance is acceptance in unilateral contract.
Acceptance can be communicated through conduct, e.g. via continued performance with no objection as to terms.
Unilateral offers generally cannot be withdrawn once the offeree commenced performance.
Offer for coat was something promised in exchange for clear definite action (which cannot then be changed according to 'house rules').
If a counter-offer is made, this destroys the original offer.
Flick knife sale illegal - quashed because sign in window is invitation to treat.
Words are to be interpreted so subject matter is preserved not destroyed, e.g. if price is still to be agreed on due to variation.
Requirement of full performance for a unilateral contract is subject to implied obligation on offeror not to prevent the conditions from being satisfied
To constitute a valid contract, parties must so express themselves that their meaning can be determined with a reasonable degree of certainty.
Silence cannot constitute acceptance.
Mere inquiries will not destory an original offer in the same way as a counter-proposal.
A lot of money for comparatively little effort implies that the offeror may want to withdraw before conclusion.
Offeror is free to withdraw the offer at any time before acceptance takes place unless consideration is provided.
Offer - make clear by words or conduct that they intend to be bound even if other terms yet to be agreed.
Illegal to sell bramble finches - quashed because invitation to treat in newspaper.
Preliminary statement to allow negotiation does not constitute an offer.
Once performance has started, the offeror cannot revoke the offer (e.g. paying mortgage installments).
Price list for wine merely invitation to treat or 'any number of contractual obligations'.
Must be clear intention to be offer rather than invitation to treat.
An offer runs out after 'reasonable time', dependent on nature and trade customs/practices.
Agreement only exists where the is clear offer mirrored by acceptance.

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