Facts. The offeror sent an offer by post, which was misdirected; The offeree replied in good time after receiving the offer; The offeror ‘received. A summary and case brief of Adams v. Lindsell, including the facts, issue, rule of law, holding and reasoning, key terms, and concurrences and dissents. Adams v Lindsell: KBD 5 Jun November 20, admin Off Contract,. Adams_LindsellKBD References: () 1 B and Ald ,  EngR .
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On September 2,Lindsell defendanta dealer in wool, set a letter to Adams plaintiffa manufacturer of wool, offering to sell Adams a certain amount of wool. Based on the timing of sending the letter, Lindsell expected to receive a response from Adams by September 8th. Lindsell sent the lindeell to the wrong address, however, and Adams did not receive it until September 5th.
That evening, Adams wrote an acceptance of the letter and mailed it back to Lindsell. On September 8th, however, having not received an answer from Adams, Lindsell sold asams wool it originally offered to Adams to a third party.
Adams brought suit against Lindsell for breach of contract. The trial court entered judgment for Adams, and Lindsell appealed.
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