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1893 in the United Kingdom

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 29. Chapters: 1893 establishments in the United Kingdom, 1893 in England, 1893 in Ireland, 1893 in Scot... Weiterlesen
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 29. Chapters: 1893 establishments in the United Kingdom, 1893 in England, 1893 in Ireland, 1893 in Scotland, 1893 in Wales, United Kingdom Acts of Parliament 1893, Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company, 1893-94 Football League, 1892-93 Football League, Irish Home Rule Movement, 1892-93 in English football, Wedding of Prince George, Duke of York, and Princess Mary of Teck, 1893-94 in English football, Derbyshire County Cricket Club in 1893, Dolcoath mine, 1892-93 FA Cup, 1893-94 FA Cup, 1893-94 in Scottish football, 1893 English cricket season, Irish Government Bill 1893, 1893 FA Cup Final, 1893 British Home Championship, Ardlamont murder, Browne v. Dunn, Scottish Football League 1893-94, 1892-93 in Scottish football, Musicians' Union, Sale of Goods Act 1893, Scottish Football League 1892-93, Navy Records Society, R v Instan, Dundee Whaling Expedition, Australian cricket team in England in 1893, Irish League 1893-94, Irish League 1892-93, Llantrisant rail accident, Barbed Wire Act 1893, Regina v. Instan, Merrie England. Excerpt: Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company EWCA Civ 1 is an English contract law decision by the Court of Appeal. It is notable for its curious subject matter and how the influential judges (particularly Lindley LJ and Bowen LJ) developed the law in inventive ways. Carlill is frequently discussed as an introductory contract case, and may often be the first legal case a law student studies. The case concerned a flu remedy called the "carbolic smoke ball". The manufacturer advertised that buyers who found it did not work would be awarded £100, a considerable amount of money at the time. The company was found to have been bound by its advertisement, which it construed as creating a contract. The Court of Appeal held the essential elements of a contract were all present, including offer and acceptance, consideration and an intention to create legal relations. The Carbolic Smoke Ball Company made a product called the "smoke ball". It claimed to be a cure for influenza and a number of other diseases, in the context of the 1889-1890 'flu pandemic which is estimated to have killed 1 million people. The smoke ball was a rubber ball with a tube attached. It was filled with carbolic acid (phenol). The tube was then inserted into the user's nose. It was squeezed at the bottom to release the vapours into the nose of the user. This would cause the nose to run, and hopefully flush out the viral infection. The Company published advertisements in the Pall Mall Gazette and other newspapers on November 13, 1891, claiming that it would pay £100 to anyone who got sick with influenza after using its product according to the instructions set out in the advertisement. "£100 reward will be paid by the Carbolic Smoke Ball Company to any person who contracts the increasing epidemic influenza colds, or any disease caused by taking cold, after having used the ball three times daily for two weeks, according to the printed directions supplied with each ball. £1000 is deposited with the Alliance Bank,

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Titel: 1893 in the United Kingdom
Untertitel: 1893 establishments in the United Kingdom, 1893 in England, 1893 in Ireland, 1893 in Scotland, 1893 in Wales, United Kingdom Acts of Parliament 1893, Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company, 1893-94 Football League, 1892-93 Football League
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EAN: 9781157550402
ISBN: 978-1-157-55040-2
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Books LLC, Reference Series
Genre: Internationales Recht
Anzahl Seiten: 32
Gewicht: 85g
Größe: H246mm x B189mm x T2mm
Jahr: 2011