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G R Securities v Baulkham Hills Private Hospital (1986) 40 NSWLR 631

This case considered the issue of the intention to enter into a contract for the sale of land and whether or not letters sent between a vendor and a purchaser amounted to a legally enforceable contract even though no formal contract had been executed.

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G R Securities v Baulkham Hills Private Hospital (1986) 40 NSWLR 631
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