Foley v Classique Coaches

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
Date1934
Year1934
CourtCourt of Appeal
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  • RE-EXAMINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MUTUAL PROMISES IN CONTRACT LAW.
    • Australia
    • Melbourne University Law Review Vol. 45 No. 2, April 2022
    • 1 April 2022
    ...'Implied Terms in Contracts: Australian Law' (2015) 43(3) Australian Business Law Review 246, 251, citing Foley v Classique CoachesLtd[1934] 2 KB 1. (85) Daniel Friedmann, 'The Performance Interest in Contract Damages' (1995) 111 (October) Law Quarterly Review 628, 629-31. See the observati......
  • Contract Law
    • Singapore
    • Singapore Academy of Law Annual Review No. 2013, December 2013
    • 1 December 2013
    ...be subsequently determined (and was so determined) by the parties, failed. Referring to the English case of Foley v Classique Coaches Ltd[1934] 2 KB 1 (‘Foley’), Lai J accepted the possibility that parties could agree for further terms to be subsequently agreed, but held that the plaintiff ......
  • RESOLVING AMBIGUITY THROUGH EXTRINSIC EVIDENCE
    • Singapore
    • Singapore Academy of Law Journal No. 2005, December 2005
    • 1 December 2005
    ...the position is very different where important terms have not been agreed upon for as Maugham LJ put it in Foley v Classique Coaches Ltd[1934] 2 KB 1 at 13, “unless all the material terms of the contract are agreed there is no binding obligation”. In the present case, the parties did not re......
  • Interpretation of Contracts in Commercial Law: Competing Principles
    • Ireland
    • Trinity College Law Review No. XI-2008, January 2008
    • 1 January 2008
    ...disagreements arose, the appellants tried to 45 [1932] All ER 494, at 503. 46 [1932] All ER 494, at 504. 41 [1932] All ER 494, at 501. 48 [1934] 2 KB 1. Trinity College Law Review repudiate the contract. Interestingly, in this case the Court held that the contract was binding. Greer LJ held......
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