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Wilmott v Johnson
|Wilmott v Johnson|
|Court||Court of Appeal of New Zealand|
|Full case name||ROBERT MALCOLM WILMOTT and JANET MARY WILMOTT Appellants v PETER GORDON JOHNSON and LYNNE MARIE JOHNSON and HUBBARD CHURCHER TRUST MANAGEMENT LIMITED as trustees of the BEATRICE M TRUST First Respondents AND GAVIN WILLIAM EASTWICK and MICHAEL CLARENCE WALKER as trustees of the HARRIS FAMILY TRUST Second Respondents|
|Decided||12 December 2002|
|Citation(s)|| 1 NZLR 649|
|Transcript(s)||Court of Appeal judgment|
|Judge(s) sitting||McGrath J, Glazebrook J, Baragwanath J|
Wilmott v Johnson  1 NZLR 649 is a cited case in New Zealand regarding whether a response or inquiry amounts to a counter offer.
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