[Wolves] cheap dell xeon box
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Wed Dec 15 12:09:14 GMT 2004
On Wed, 15 Dec 2004 12:00:01 GMT, zen8486 at zen.co.uk <zen8486 at zen.co.uk> wrote:
> Sparkes <sparkes at westmids.biz> wrote :
> >...until the order is confirmed in writing...
> I'm under the impression that the email confirmation is sufficiently binding to form a contractual agreement - even if it is an auto response. Legally speaking - emails are now generally accepted as 'being in writing'.
> Pete Evans.
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It is. Generally though firms send out an automated receipt of order
rather than a definite confirmation of order. i.e. a receipt of you
sending an e-mail wishing to purchase the goods. Semantics I know but
they employ good lawyers (is there such a beast?).
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