Vladimir is a successful business person. He owns the Lew Hoa Shopping Complex at Norton Place. He has several shops vacant in the complex. Vladimir’s shopping complex Managing Agents place the following notice on the Lew Hoa Shopping Complex Notice Board in Norton Place on his behalf: “Shop available for lease. Good rates, electricity included. Contact Vladimir, MOBILE: 005566779”. Sasha is anxious to find a venue to sell her range of dresses. She reads the notice and telephones Vladimir seeking a meeting with him. At the meeting on June 1st Vladimir says that his terms of the lease are $1,000 per week for a 12 months lease but the tenant is to pay all outgoings including electricity. Sasha protests saying that the advertisement promised that all electricity charges would be included in the rental payment. Vladimir just shrugs his shoulders and says, “This is my offer. Go away and think about it. You had better get back to me soon by email as there is a lot of interest in the premises and I am actively looking for people as well”. Sasha leaves the meeting and goes home. Do you consider that Sasha would succeed in a claim to the effect that Vladimir should be bound by the advertisement on the Notice Board? Illustrate your answer with decided common law cases, providing the basis of your reasoning. Mainly need help on what is the relevant law to be applied. Thanks!