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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Contract Law

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ISBN13: 9780340869598
ISBN: 0340869593
Published: June 2003
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Following the approach of ""The English Legal System"" and ""Criminal Law"", this resource for pupils studying contract law as their A2 option would also be of interest as an introductory text for students of other law courses.;Addressing the specifications for AQA and OCR, this text provides students with comprehensive coverage of contract law. This can be a difficult subject area, but the author assumes no previous knowledge and uses an accessible and clear writing style ensuring that complex issues are understood.;Activities, exercises and exam questions for students of all abilities make the book interactive and ensure that students get the necessary practice for exam success. Key cases throughout the book are highlighted clearly for quick and easy reference and key fact charts are provided to help students to review and consolidate the subject areas covered.

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Contract Law
1. - The orlgins and character of the law of contract; 2 - Principles of formation of contracts: offer and acceptance; 3 - Principles of formation of contract: consideration; 4 - Principles of formation of contract: intention to create legal relations; 5 - Formalities and speciality contracts; 6 - Capacity and incapacity; 7 - Third party rights; 8 - The contents of a contract; 9 - Vitiating factors; 10 - Discharge of obligations; 11 - Remedies; 12 - Consumer protection; 13 - The Synoptic Element