Revocation of an offer

Revocation of an offer

The cancellation of an offer in contract. The offeror can revoke an offer at any time as long as the person to whom the offer has been made has not already accepted it. Revocation can be carried out by the offeror writing to or telling the offeree that the offer has been withdrawn. It can also happen if the offeree learns that the offer has been revoked from someone else (Dickinson v Dodds (1876)). It takes effect when the offeree knows about it, for example when the letter of revocation is received.

In unilateral contracts (e.g. rewards offers), revocation must be communicated in the same way as the original offer was. It is likely that the offeror will be unable to revoke the offer once the offeree has started carrying out the requested actions, although these will not amount to consideration until the action is complete (Daulia Ltd v Four Millback Nominees Ltd (1978)).

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02/12/2020

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