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Cheshire and Fifoot has established itself in such a leading position in the field of contract law that it has not only become an essential textbook for students of this subject but it has also won a place in the library of many practising lawyers.
Well-written and practical in its approach, this work deals with the principles of the law of contract and also provides an excellent critical analysis of the subject. The authors have a lively and fresh approach to the problems of contract law and put forward interesting views on difficult points, so that the book is not only extremely informative but easy to assimilate and attractive to read.
The Sixth Edition has undergone a good deal of revision, old problems, in particular those grouped under the heading of " illegality ", are looked at anew, certain topics, such as hire purchase, are considered fully for the first time and much dead wood has been cut out.
As the Cambridge Law Journal once said, this is a book which "will continue to be without peer ", and it should certainly be in the possession of anyone concerned with the law of contract.