Masters v Cameron (1954) 91 CLR 353
This case considered the issue of the intention to enter into a contract and whether or not a statement by a vendor regarding the upcoming sale of her property was sufficient to prove her intention to enter into a binding contract or whether it was a mere agreement to enter into a binding contract at some later date.
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