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This book analyses in depth situations where a contract cannot be enforced because to do so would result either in an illegal act or be against public policy. Its incisive exploration of a complex area helps practitioners find creative ways of using the field to their advantage.
The new edition takes a fresh and up-to-date view of illegality based on a steady stream of important recent case law, in areas such as the effect of fraudulent concealment on a contract, covenants in restraint of trade and the effect of illegality upon the enforceability of contracts of employment. It also examines in detail the recent Law Commission project on this area.