Back to Contract Law - Australia

Petelin v Cullen (1975) 132 CLR 355

This case considered the issue of non est factum and whether or not a man who could not read English could rely on the defence of non est factum in relation to a document that he signed, after he was told to sign it and not informed that it was a legally binding contract.

Share this case by email

Share this case

simple PHP captcha Refresh

Like this case study

Like Student Law Notes

Petelin v Cullen (1975) 132 CLR 355
Purchase
This is the preview only.
Please purchase to get access to the full audio summary.