Meaning of consideration doctrine in the common law and its parallels with Lithuanian law

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Gumbis, Jaunius;
(2003)
  • Journal: Teisė,volume 2,003,pages7-25 (issn: 1392-1274)
  • Subject: Lithuania ; Consideration ; Contract law

The presence of consideration, as a mandatory precondition for legal enforceability of a promise made, was first demanded to be proven in 1539 in England. A promise was not legally binding without certain causa already in Roman law. This causa had primarily been underst... View more
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