Harvela v Royal trust of Canda (1985), Facts and Importantce

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The Decision came in the favour of the first bidder and the court said that the referential bid made by the second bidder was irrelevant. They said that a unilateral offer was made by the company, which was accepted by the first bidder and the second bid was in-valid.

Important Point of Harvela v Royal Trust of Canada

This case is authority for the rule

Ads for tenders are Invitation to Treat (ITT) , Offer is made when different tenders are submitted and when one of them is chosen the acceptance takes place

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