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Contract law governs a wide range of transactions, from multi-million-dollar commercial deals to simple, everyday exchanges. While many of the principles of contract law are firmly established, the authors of Contract Law 2nd ed argue that the law in Australia is in a state of flux. It is, for example, experiencing the increasing influence of the equitable principle of unconscionability and the effects of a greater focus on restitutionary remedies. It is also experiencing the increasing influence of legislative intervention, both at the Federal and State level, such as amendments to the Trade Practices Act, and the use of electronic transactions within the business community.
This second edition of Contract Law provides a concise, extensively researched, and comprehensive review of the principles of contract law, including the latest legal developments. Complex topics are explained in a clear and accessible style and illustrated by case examples.