Summary of Nigeria National Supply Company (NNSC) v. Agricor Incorporation of USA

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Nigeria National Supply Company (NNSC) v. Agricor Incorporation of USA

The respondent offered to sell rice to PTFR at a particular price but there was a counter offer which was accepted. NNSC then paid for the rice which was then dispatched but got delayed, so the respondent filed a case and sought to recover the money. NNSC claimed that it was not part of the contract between the respondents and PTFR. It was held that an offer to buy goods was made and accepted by the offeree through the act of dispatching them. Once the necessary act is performed, the contract exists without explicitly stating so. Acceptance must be communicated to the offeror but here it took the form of conduct sufficient enough to form a binding contract.

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