Emails and phone calls did not establish a contract, rules Court of Appeal

Emails and phone calls did not establish a contract, rules Court of Appeal: “A series of emails and phone calls were not sufficient to establish a contract, the Court of Appeal has ruled. The communications did not contain enough information or the formal qualities necessary for a contract to have been made, it said.”

(Via OUT-LAW News.)

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