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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Contract Law in Australia 6th ed isbn 9780409330199

Contract Law in Australia 5th ed

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ISBN13: 9780409323597
New Edition ISBN: 9780409330199
Published: February 2007
Publisher: LexisNexis Australia
Country of Publication: Australia
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

In its fifth edition and 21st year Contract Law in Australia continues to be the most authoritative Australian resource available for students studying contract and for practitioners who need to keep abreast of the latest thinking in the area. In keeping with developments in education and practice, this edition has been extensively redesigned to promote ease of use and navigation.

Important Features:-

  • Up-to-date clear explanation of contract law
  • Incorporation of all recent cases and legislative developments
  • 40 concise chapters
  • New, clearer layout and design
  • New chapter on Good Faith
  • New chapter on Assignment of Contractual Rights

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Other Jurisdictions , Australia
Part I: Introduction
1. Introduction
2. Role of Good Faith
Part II: Agreement
3. Formation of Contract
4. Uncertain and Incomplete Promises
5. Conditional Promises
6. Promises Supported by Consideration
7. Promises Supported by Estoppel
8. Promises Intended to Create Legal Relations
9. Promises Requiring Written Evidence
Part III: Terms of the Contract
10. Express Terms
11. Implied Terms
12. Construction Principles
13. Classification of Terms
14. Exclusion Clauses
Part IV: Parties to the Contract
15. Capacity
16. Privity of Contract and Plurality of Parties
17. Assignment of Contractual Rights
Part V: Vitiating Factors
18. Contracts Induced by Misleading Conduct
19. Misleading Conduct Under Statute
20. Contractual Mistake
21. Documents Mistakenly Signed
22. Duress
23. Undue Influence
24. Unconscionable Conduct
Part VI: Illegality
25. Illegal Contracts
26. Contracts in Restraint of Trade
27. The Effects of Illegality
Part VII: Performance and Breach
28. Performance of the Contract
29. Breach of Contract
Part VIII: Termination for Breach
30. Termination for Breach
31. Restrictions on Termination for Breach
32. Consequences of Termination for Breach
Part IX: Termination by Frustration
33. Termination by Frustration
34. Consequences of Frustration
Part X: Remedies
35. General Principles of Contract Damages
36. Particular Issues in Contract Damages
37. Recovery of Sums Fixed by the Contract
38. Restitution
39. Specific Performance
40. Injunction