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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Law of Contract 13th ed isbn 9781292176109

Law of Contract 12th ed (MyLawChamber)


ISBN13: 9781292063829
New Edition ISBN: 9781292176109
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781447923220
Published: May 2015
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback + Online Access
Price: Out of print



This package includes a physical copy of Law of Contract, 12e by Richards as well as access to the eText and MyLawChamber.

Law of Contract part of the Foundations Series, offers a comprehensive, clear and straightforward account of the law ideal for LLB and GDL students. MyLawChamber is a complete online teaching and learning platform designed to improve results by helping students quickly master concepts, and by providing educators with a robust set of tools for easily gauging and addressing the performance of students.

MyLawChamber engages students with high-quality multimedia learning experiences that help law students excel. In every exercise, students receive immediate feedback so they see mistakes right away, learn precisely which concepts are holding them back, and master concepts through targeted practice.

  • Case Navigator (in conjunction with LexisNexis), a tool to help improve students' case reading and comprehension skills.
  • Virtual Lawyer, an interactive scenario-based programme to help students apply their knowledge of the law to problem questions.
  • Pearson eText, a fully-searchable electronic version of your chosen text which you can customise, annotate, highlight and bookmark.
  • Test banks of multiple-choice-questions providing formative assessment.
For educators, MyLawChamber provides highly-visual data and performance analysis to help them quickly identify gaps in student learning. And because MyLawChamber comes from Pearson, you know it's developed by an experienced partner committed to providing content, resources, and expertise for the best digital learning experiences.

Subjects:
Contract Law
Contents:
Preface
Guided tour
Table of cases
Table of statutes

Part 1 The formation of a contract
Chapter 1 The evolution and definition of the modern contract
Chapter 2 The fact of agreement
Chapter 3 Consideration
Chapter 4 Intention to create legal relations
Chapter 5 Capacity
Chapter 6 Formalities

Part 2 The contents of the contract
Chapter 7 The terms of the contract
Chapter 8 Exemption clauses '

Part 3 Factors that vitiate a contract
Chapter 9 Misrepresentation
Chapter 10 Mistake
Chapter 11 Duress, undue influence and inequality of bargaining power
Chapter 12 Illegality

Part 4 Discharge of contracts
Chapter 13 Discharge by performance and breach
Chapter 14 Discharge by agreement
Chapter 15 Discharge by frustration

Part 5 Remedies for breach of contract
Chapter 16 The common law remedy of damages
Chapter 17 Equitable remedies and limitation of actions
Chapter 18 Quasi-contract and the law of restitution

Part 6 The rights and liabilities of third parties to the contract
Chapter 19 Privity of contract
Chapter 20 Agency
Chapter 21 Assignment of contractual rights

Glossary
Index