Wilkie v london passenger transport board, Facts, Importance

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This case is concerned with the exclusion clause and offer and acceptance chapter in contract law

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Facts of Wilkie v London Passenger Transport Board

The claimant had a free- travelling pass. He was injured by the negligence of the bus company and was thrown out in act of boarding the pass.

There was an exclusion clause on the pass that stated that the bus company is excluded from any personal injury caused. The company wanted to rely on this clause

The claimant argued that the clause was for passengers and he was not the passenger of the bus

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