Harris v Nickerson, Facts, Issue, Decision, Important Point

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The courts gave the decision in the favour of the claimant, it was held that the advertisement placed on the London paper was just to inform the purchasers that an auction is taking place.

And the products listed were not a guarantee that these products will be advertised. As there was no offer and no acceptance take place. So there was no legal binding found.

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