Summary Fitch v. Snedaker Case

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Fitch v. Snedaker

There was a reward for whoever gave information leading to the arrest of certain killers. The plaintiff gave the information before the reward was offered and still claimed entitlement of the rewards. It was held there was no mutual assent hence no contract had been formed. How can there be consent to that which the party has never heard? It was held that an offer cannot become a contract unless it was acted upon or assented to. There can be no acceptance in ignorance of offer.

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