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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Cases and Materials on Contract Law isbn 9781847032164

Contract Law: Cases and Materials

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ISBN13: 9781846410222
New Edition ISBN: 9781847032164
Published: May 2007
Publisher: Law Matters Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Publication Abandoned



Due May 2007
Announced as Cases and Materials on Contract - isbn 1846410223
This casebook has three distinctive features. Firstly it presents the source materials in a way that makes them easily accessible; the facts of cases are concise and the extracts of judgements relatively short with only the paragraphs directly relevant to the decision being included.

Secondly, contract is presented from an angle that permits regular comparison with what might be described as ‘European Contract Law’, which can be found in the civil codes of continental Europe and in the Principles of European Contract Law. The European dimension is likely to become of increasing importance in the years to come and, comparison allows the student to appreciate a variety of approaches to contract.

A third feature is that this is a materials book that focuses on problem-solving in contract and it will encourage students to tackle any tutorial and exam problem with confidence. Overall it will provide a link between the lecture hall, the physical and electronic libraries and the factual situations that create contract litigation.

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Contents:
1. General introduction.
2. Contract: general provisions.
3. Formation of contracts.
4. Obstacles to formation and vitiating factors.
5. Interpretation of contracts.
6. Effects of a contract.
7. Non-performance of a contract.
8. Discharge of a contract.
9. Remedies.
10. Status and future of contract.