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Fong v Cilli (1968) 11 FLR 495

This case considered the issue of acceptance of a contract and whether or  not a purchaser of a property could accept an offer even though they knew that the person who had offered to sell the property had died.

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Fong v Cilli (1968) 11 FLR 495
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