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Cases and Commentary on Contract Law

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Max YoungHead, Department of Law, University of Luton

ISBN13: 9780273625704
ISBN: 0273625705
Published: May 1998
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £60.99

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This text presents traditional concepts on contract law using recent cases. Each chapter begins with objectives and concludes with a summary. Each topic is illustrated by a substantial extract from one or more main cases. Occasionally a short quotation may be taken from other cases.;Extracts are linked by commentary which, in the main, reinforces the point of law the case illustrates. Stuatutory materials are also extracted, but to a lesser extent than case materials.

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Contract Law
Table of casesTable of statutes and statutory materials1. Agreement and offer2. Acceptance3. Ending of the offer4. Certainty5. Consideration6. Variation of contracts, promissory estoppel and waiver7. Intention to create legal relations8. Privity9. Contents of a contract10. Exemption clauses: the common law11. Exemption clauses: the Unfair Contract Terms Act12. Misrepresentation13. Mistake14. Duress, undue influence and inequality of bargaining power15. Discharge by frustration16. Remedies for breach of contract17. RestitutionIndex