“The acceptance of Newtonian mechanics has been undisputed for 200 years” State of approval; Harmony of opinion, testimony, action or character; compliance; Concorde; compliance; Because there is a good agreement between the members of the Council. In Australian law, it is necessary that an acceptance be made in the confidence or follow-up of an offer.  To be accepted, the essential condition is that, from a subjective point of view, the parties have behaved in a way that has shown their consent. According to this contractual theory of encounter, a party could oppose a right of infringement by demonstrating that it did not intend to be bound by the agreement only if, subjectively, it intended to do so. This is not satisfactory because one party does not have the opportunity to know the undisclosed intentions of another party. A party may act only on the basis of what the other party objectively discloses (Lucy V Zehmer, 196 Va 493 84 P.E. 2d 516) as its intention. Therefore, it is not necessary to actually meet the heads. Indeed, it has been argued that the idea of “meeting minds” is a totally modern error: nineteenth-century judges spoke of “consensus ad idem,” which modern teachers have mistakenly translated as “meeting the mind,” but actually means “consent to the [same] thing.”  Under English law, the question of which of the model contracts prevailed in the transaction was raised in Butler Machine Tool Co Ltd v Ex-Cell-O Corporation (England) Ltd. Lord Denning MR preferred to consider that the documents should be considered as a whole and the important factor was to find the essential document; On the other hand, Lawton and Bridge LJJ favoured the traditional analysis of the offer and considered that the last counter-offer before the start of the service invalidated all previous offers. The absence of a counter-offer or refusal on the part of the other party is considered an implicit assumption. “The results of my experiment are consistent with Michelson`s and with the law of general relativity.” “They had an agreement that they would not interfere in each other`s affairs” “Torn jeans did not receive acceptance at the Country Club” In general, convenience when the offer is accepted by mail, the contract is concluded at the time the acceptance was published.  This rule only applies if the parties publish implicitly or explicitly to consider it as a means of acceptance.
 Contracts relating to land, misinterpreted letters and immediate lines of communication are excluded. . . .