A selection of materials on the law of contract, consisting of case law, statutory material and academic commentary, which should assist students in at both degree level and higher non-degree level. New materials covered include the provisions of the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties Act (1999).
This book examines the role and function of the law of contract,comparing it with other aspects of the law of obligations. It also covers the issues of contract formation such as the enforcement of promises, agreement and good faith; the construction and context of contracts; adjustments in long term relationships; the control of contract power and remedies for breach of contract.
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'This book is a very interesting cross-over between the more-or-less standard casebook and the textbook. The division of material is also interesting - as a whole the book would make an excellent basis for a course.' Jane Henderman,King's College, University of London.
About Martin Davis
David Oughton, LLB, MPhil, Professor of Law and Martin Davis, LLB, PGCE, Principal Lecturer in Law, both at De Montfort University.
Table of Contents
What is Contract law all about?; Agreement; The Enforcement of Promises; Negotiating in Good Faith; The Terms of the Contract; Unanticipated Risks; Contractual Unfairness; Standard Form Contracts and Exemption Clauses; Factors Giving Rise to Remedy; Long Term Relationships; Compelling Performance; Factors Limiting an Award of Damages; Quantification of Damages; Restitutionary Remedies; Privity of Contract - The Range of Liability for Breach of Contract.
Sourcebook on Contract Law by Martin Davis
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