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Perri v Coolangatta Investments Pty Ltd (1982) 149 CLR 537

This case considered the issue of rescission and whether or not there was a condition in the contract that needed to be completed first in order for the subsequent contract to be binding.  The issue was whether or not a contract could be rescinded where a condition precedent had not been fulfilled and what notice needed to be given in order to rescind the contract.

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Perri v Coolangatta Investments Pty Ltd (1982) 149 CLR 537
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