Paul Davies. JC Smith's The Law of Contract (2018 2 ed). p. 135.
- How's the red underline true? How's "third parties" ambiguous? The textbook refers to the Introduction that doesn't define "third parties", but Section 1 does:
(1) Subject to the provisions of this Act, a person who is not a party to a contract (a “third party”) may in his own right enforce a term of the contract if—
- I don't understand why "C, when he is a promisee, would be well advised to make his claim in the alternative." Wouldn't judges follow the Law Commission's standpoint as I underlined in purple? Davies doesn't expatiate why courts wouldn't?