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Casebook on contarct law

By: Poole, Jill.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press , 2012Edition: 11th ed.Description: xlii,751p.ISBN: 9780199699483.Subject(s): Contract lawDDC classification: 346.022
Contents:
Contents 1. Guidance on Reading Cases ; 2. Agreement ; 3. Agreement Problems ; 4. Enforceability of promises: consideration and promissory estoppel ; 5. Intention to be Legally Bound and Capacity to Contract ; 6. Content of the Contract and Principles of Interpretation ; 7. Exemption Clauses and Unfair Contract Terms ; 8. Breach of contract ; 9. Damages for Breach of Contract ; 10. Remedies Providing for Specific Relief and Restitutionary Remedies ; 11. Privity of Contract and Third Party Rights ; 12. Discharge by Frustration: Subsequent Impossibility ; 13. Common Mistake: Initial Impossibility ; 14. Misrepresentation ; 15. Duress, undue influence, and unconscionability ; 16. Illegality
Summary: 'Casebook on Contract Law' provides students with a comprehensive selection of the cases most likely to be encountered on contract law courses and is specifically designed to meet their needs.
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Contents 1. Guidance on Reading Cases ; 2. Agreement ; 3. Agreement Problems ; 4. Enforceability of promises: consideration and promissory estoppel ; 5. Intention to be Legally Bound and Capacity to Contract ; 6. Content of the Contract and Principles of Interpretation ; 7. Exemption Clauses and Unfair Contract Terms ; 8. Breach of contract ; 9. Damages for Breach of Contract ; 10. Remedies Providing for Specific Relief and Restitutionary Remedies ; 11. Privity of Contract and Third Party Rights ; 12. Discharge by Frustration: Subsequent Impossibility ; 13. Common Mistake: Initial Impossibility ; 14. Misrepresentation ; 15. Duress, undue influence, and unconscionability ; 16. Illegality

'Casebook on Contract Law' provides students with a comprehensive selection of the cases most likely to be encountered on contract law courses and is specifically designed to meet their needs.

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