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ADVERTISEMENT. A 'notice' published either in handbills or in a newspaper.
     2. The law in many instances requires parties to advertise in order to give notice of acts which are to be done; in these cases, the advertisement is in general equivalent to notice.
     3. When an advertisement contains the terms of sale, or description of the property to be sold, it will bind the seller; and if there be a material misrepresentation, it may avoid the contract, or at least entitle the purchaser to a compensation and reduction from the agreed, price. Kapp's R. 344; 1 Chit. Pr. 295.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The broadcaster's mistake has been investigated in-house and a Sky spokesman said yesterday: "We are taking appropriate steps to help ensure this does not happen again and that all adverts are delivered within the new voluntary code during a live broadcast."
Since June 14, new rules state adverts "must not include gender stereotypes that are likely to cause harm, or serious or widespread offence".
Each year, the retailer's festive advert is among the most anticipated withlast year's recreating the childhood story of Elton Johnstarring the singer himself.
Stations should reduce adverts and disburse more useful information.
I find it incredible that people happily sit and watch mindnumbingly boring, repetitive, cheesy and for me nauseating adverts like some kind of laboratory test animal being force fed what the advertisers want us to buy or do.
Next up isCadbury's Christmas advert, and this year they are encouraging us all to give a small gift anonymously this Christmas 'just because'.
Online outcry had been sparked during the past few days over an Israeli advert that promotes a clothing company.
I think that it may be a good idea to have advert channels so that those who enjoy watching adverts would only have to press a button to see them.
Individuals and companies caught placing illegal posters and adverts on the streets, lighting poles and bus stops will face fines of up to Dh10,000, authorities have warned.
A Stirling area councillor has slammed a multi-national car rental company for producing a "sinister"television advert.
There are one too many examples to point out yet in all these adverts, models posed for the camera as they were being directed on what to say or do.
HUNDREDS of thousands of children are watching junk food adverts every week while watching family TV shows, health experts have warned.