Summary of Tinn v. Hoffman

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Tinn v. Hoffman

The plaintiff and defendant both wrote letters to each other offering to buy and sell at 800 tons per shilling. It was held that there was no contract and there were just two simultaneous offers. There was an absence of consensus ad idem, that is meeting of the minds.

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