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Exploring the Boundaries of Contract

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ISBN13: 9781855217010
ISBN: 1855217015
Published: April 1998
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Ltd
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



The doctrines that collectively comprise the law of contract ostensibly regulate much of the daily lives of citizens, form part of the compulsory diet fed to aspiring aspiring lawyers and the concept of a contract is utilized in moral and philosophy. These essays seek to explore the boundaries of contract law, and do so in diverse ways. They explore the issues of general theory, empirical studies, European influences, proposed reforms of the law and the impact of particular contractual doctrines on other bodies of domestic law.

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Contents:
The impact of public law on the private law of contract, Sue Arrowsmith; the ""Europeanization"" of contract law, Hugh Beale; static and dynamic market individualism, Roger Brownsword; contracting in the haven - Balfour versus Balfour revisited, Michael Freeman; variation, privity and law reform, Roger Halson; great art living dangerously? - legal and empirical issues in the lending works of art, Norman Palmer; implied terms in the employment relationship, Roger Rideout.