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Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain v Boots [1953] 1 QB 401


Pharmacy and Poisons Act s.18 – no person shall sell certain poisons (drugs) w/o supervision of pharmacist. D had poisons on the shelf, but before person could leave with it they would have to pay at cashier where pharmacist was standing


An invitation to an offer is not an offer and must be followed by an offer.
**For a contract to be completed someone must make an offer and the other party must accept that offer.


Display of goods was an invitation to offer and once you give cashier the money that is the offer, when they take payment that is the acceptance


Time of sale at cashier is acceptance

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