However, the consideration must be made in the context of the conclusion of the contract, and not as in the previous consideration. For example, in the first English case of Eastwood v. Kenyon [1840], the guardian of a young girl, took out a loan to educate her. After her marriage, her husband promised to pay the debt, but the loan was considered a late consideration. The inadequacy of the current consideration is linked to the customs rule already in force. In the first English case Stilk v. Myrick [1809], a captain, promised to distribute the salaries of two deserters among the remaining crew if they agreed to return home in the short term; However, this promise was deemed unenforceable, since the crew was already in charge of sailing. .