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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Hyperinflation in England: The Aftermath 2016


ISBN13: 9780414055223
Published: May 2016
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback (60 Pages English/65 Arabic)
Price: £173.00



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This books explains the four different Legal techniques that can be used by Courts to avoid the catastrophic effort of “Nominalism” on contracts governed by English Law in case of collapse of sterling pound (in case of hyperinflation).

This law book, translated into Arabic by the author himself is the first bilingual book that Westlaw Middle East/Thomson Reuters publishes in its history.

Subjects:
Contract Law, Commercial Law
Contents:
Introduction

Chapter 1: Construction of Express Contractual Terms
I. Construction of relevant express contractual terms
II. Relevant case laws
III. Contract unilaterally determinable by reasonable notice

Chapter 2: Implied Contractual Terms
I. Revising the contract
II. Performance of the contract in good faith

Chapter 3: Theory of Frustration
I. Theory of frustration in English Law
II. Hyperinflation leading to frustration

Chapter 4: Unjust Enrichment
I. Content of the theory
II. Failure of consideration

Conclusion
Bibliography
Index