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July 22, 2017 at 2:45 pm
In the example of swimming across the harbor, it is an offer and not an invitation to treat only because it is supported by a reward right? Also, the swimmer doesnt have to give a formal acceptance as it is an advert to the world at large and which is why he deserves the claim. Did I get it right?
July 22, 2017 at 6:20 pm
“it is an offer and not an invitation to treat only because it is supported by a reward right?”
No, it’s an offer! It’s certainly not an invitation
An invitation would be, in these circumstances, something like “Who would like a $100 reward for being the first to swim across the harbour? Let me know if you’re interested and I’ll think about it”
“as it is an advert to the world at large”
“and which is why he deserves the claim”
He deserves the claim because he was AWARE of the existence of the reward. He didn’t dive in because of the reward, he dived in to save the child. But, at the time he dived in, he was aware of the reward and was therefore entitled to claim it
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