From: Manky Badger on

"Peter Crosland" <g6jns(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote in message
news:45f468c8$0$8747$ed2619ec(a)ptn-nntp-reader02.plus.net...
>>>> I thought all auction numbers were 12 digits long these days? The
>>>> one above is only 11.
>>>>
>>> If you add a 1 to the end of the above number, you will see her
>>> current auction.
>>> Look at her feedback for a link back to the original sale
>>> --
>>> Mike
>>
>> Yes - my mistake - item is 290091443571
>
> This item not found. Have eBay taken action?
>
> Peter Crosland

It would seem they have - it was there yesterday, it's not now.


From: Peter Crosland on
Manky Badger wrote:
> "Peter Crosland" <g6jns(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote in message
> news:45f468c8$0$8747$ed2619ec(a)ptn-nntp-reader02.plus.net...
>>>>> I thought all auction numbers were 12 digits long these days? The
>>>>> one above is only 11.
>>>>>
>>>> If you add a 1 to the end of the above number, you will see her
>>>> current auction.
>>>> Look at her feedback for a link back to the original sale
>>>> --
>>>> Mike
>>>
>>> Yes - my mistake - item is 290091443571
>>
>> This item not found. Have eBay taken action?
>>
>> Peter Crosland
>
> It would seem they have - it was there yesterday, it's not now.

NLARU perhaps?

Peter Crosland



From: Mike on
In message <45f50260$0$8735$ed2619ec(a)ptn-nntp-reader02.plus.net>
at 07:33:52 on Mon, 12 Mar 2007, Peter Crosland <g6jns(a)yahoo.co.uk>
wrote
>NLARU perhaps?
>
No, she's still going
--
Mike
From: Matti Lamprhey on
"bcc97" <bcc97(a)hotmail.co.uk> wrote...
>
> If you take Barry v Davies and SoGA as your model, the contract of
> sale is formed at auction close. If you take the German case BGH VIII
> ZR 375/03 as your model, the contract of sale is formed when the
> highest bid is placed.

Surely a critical attribute of the contract of sale event must be that
it is immediately recognisable as such? The German case fails that
test.

Matti



From: bcc97 on
On 14 Mar, 21:00, "Matti Lamprhey" <m...(a)official-totally-
reversed.com> wrote:
> "bcc97" <b...(a)hotmail.co.uk> wrote...
>
> > If you take Barry v Davies and SoGA as your model, the contract of
> > sale is formed at auction close. If you take the German case BGH VIII
> > ZR 375/03 as your model, the contract of sale is formed when the
> > highest bid is placed.
>
> Surely a critical attribute of the contract of sale event must be that
> it is immediately recognisable as such? The German case fails that
> test.
>
> Matti

I agree and I think that the German case was wrong as to how a
contract is formed.