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Contract Law

4th Edition

By Mary Charman

Willan – 2007 – 340 pages

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    978-1-84392-358-9
    October 20th 2007

Description

This textbook covers the Contract Law option of the new A-level law syllabus, and provides at the same time an ideal introduction for anybody coming to the subject for the first time.

The book covers all A-level syllabuses/specification requirements, and is written by the principal examiner in Contract Law for one of the major examination boards. It contains extensive case illustration, and a range of examination related questions and activities. There is a special focus on key skills, and on the new synoptic assessment syllabus requirements.

This fully updated fourth edition builds upon the success of the first three editions, with new case law (especially on offer and acceptance, legal intent, terms, exemption clauses and misrepresentation remedies) and coverage of new statute law (especially Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations).

Contents

Preface 1. Principles of the Law of Contract Part 1: The Formation of a Contract 2. Offer and Acceptance 3. Consideration 4. Legal Intent 5. Capacity Part 2: The Contents of a Contract 6. Incorporation of Terms 7. Types of Terms within a Contract 8. Exemption Clauses 9. Privity of Contract Part 3: Vitiating Factors 10. Duress and Undue Influence 11. Misrepresentation 12. Mistake 13. Illegality Part 4: Discharge and Remedies 14. Discharge of a Contract 15. Remedies Part 5: Consumer Protection 16. Consumer Protection Part 6: General Questions on Contract Law 17. Additional Questions Part 7: Studying Contract Law 18. Contract Law in Context 19. Sources of Contract Law 20. Key Skills

Name: Contract Law: 4th Edition (Paperback)Willan 
Description: By Mary Charman. This textbook covers the Contract Law option of the new A-level law syllabus, and provides at the same time an ideal introduction for anybody coming to the subject for the first time.The book covers all A-level syllabuses/specification requirements, and...
Categories: Contract Law & Tort, English Law