Case: ignatius v bell (1913) the plaintiff sued for specific performance of an option agreement which purported to give him the option of purchasing the. The court, in this case, held that such an advertisement constitutes an offer since the this had been held in the case of ignatius v bell (1913) 2 fmslr 115,.
42 ignatius v bell (1913) in the case, the parties had contemplated the use of the post as a means of communication the plaintiff sent a notice of acceptance. (o'sullivan and hilliard, 2006) the postal rule is reflected in the case of adams v lindsell  1 b & ald 681 and ignatius v bell  2 f mslr 115 31 the.
45 ignatius v bell (1913) 2 fmslr 115 the d give postal rule does not apply in cases of instantaneous communications as it is governed by general rule.
The relevant case of postal rule: ignatius vs bell (1913) 2 fmslr 115, held that communication of the acceptance is complete as against the proposer, when the .
Fisher v bell  1 qb 394 is an english contract law case concerning the requirements of offer and acceptance in the formation of a contract the case.
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