Analyze the differences between a proposal and an invitation, Business Law and Ethics

Analyze the differences between a proposal and an invitation to treat and discuss the rules to determine the point of time on which an agreement is reached. Using the latest Malaysian decided cases to support your analysis.

Discuss the rule "Nemo dat quod non habet" and its exceptions. Providing examples to support your discussion.

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