Write explanatory notes on Newborn V. Sensolid (Great Britain) Ltd

Newbone V. Sensolid (Great Britain) Ltd (1954)
• This case is authority for the proposition that a contract purportedly entered into with or an non-existent person is void.
• In this case, Mr. Leopold Newborne, who was in the process of incorporating a company entered into a contract to supply the defendant company with a quantity of harm. He however, signed the contract in the company‟s name. His signature showed that he was a director of the company. In an action to enforce the contract it was held that the purported contract was void as one of the parties did not exis

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