Summary of Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain v. Boots Cash Chemist

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Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain v. Boots Cash Chemist

The chemist shop operated a self-service system and a customer took drug with poisons required to be sold under the supervision of a chemist. The plaintiffs argued that the defendants breached the Pharmacy & Poisons Act as the display of the goods was an offer and taking the drugs was an acceptance by any customer. The appeal was dismissed as it was held that display of goods was not an offer that could either be accepted or rejected and there was no breach as contract could only be completed at the desk.

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