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Although the agreement between the two fathers had expressly included a clause giving him the right to sue, the court held that he was unable to enforce the promise because he had provided no consideration. ’ Also known as privity of contract, this means that only the parties to a contract can sue or be sued on that contract. The rule is now subject to the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999, which provides that a person not party to an agreement can sue under the contract either where the agreement expressly allows for this or where it confers a benefit on the third party.
The difference is that consideration (something in exchange) is not necessary to support an agreement if it is made by deed. An agreement is based on an offer by one party and acceptance of that offer by the other. A contract is an agreement that the law will enforce. So when does an agreement become enforceable in law? When it is backed up with something of value (consideration) and there is an intention to create an enforceable agreement. You probably make dozens of contracts every day without even noticing.
Martin does so and Bob is so pleased with the deal he gets that he says he will give him £50 for his trouble. Can Martin enforce this promise? Consideration must be more than an existing obligation If there is an existing obligation or duty to do something, then doing it will not usually be deemed ‘sufficient’ consideration. This may be a public duty or a contractual duty. Public duty In Collins v Godefroy (1831) a witness in a court case was promised money by the defendant in return for attending court.
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