Back to Contract Law - Australia

Upper Hunter County District Council v Australian Chilling and Freezing Co. (1968) 118 CLR 429

This case considered the issue of agreements to negotiate and uncertainty and whether or not a council had the right to increase the price of the supply of electricity under price variation clause in a contract and whether or not the clause was void for uncertainty.

Share this case by email

Share this case

simple PHP captcha Refresh

Like this case study

Like Student Law Notes

Upper Hunter County District Council v Australian Chilling and Freezing Co. (1968) 118 CLR 429
Purchase
This is the preview only.
Please purchase to get access to the full audio summary.