Commercial Law by Robert BradgateCommercial Law by Robert Bradgate

Commercial Law

byRobert Bradgate

Paperback | May 5, 2005

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Commercial Law offers the student comprehensive coverage of the general principles and key topics of commercial law including the law of agency, sale of goods, commercial and consumer credit and security, banking, international trade, insurance and commercial dispute resolution. With acritical and contextual approach, the text places strong emphasis on an understanding of how contracts are used in a business environment, demonstrating how different contracts interlock within a single commercial activity. It addresses too, some of the novel legal problems created by moderncommercial practice.
Robert Bradgate, MA (Cantab), Solicitor, Reader in Commercial Law, University of Sheffield
Title:Commercial LawFormat:PaperbackDimensions:1000 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.77 inPublished:May 5, 2005Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0406916039

ISBN - 13:9780406916037

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Table of Contents

PART I - THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK1. The Nature and Sources of Commercial Law2. Principles of Contract LawPART II - ARRANGING THE TRANSACTION: THE LAW OF AGENCY3. Agency4. The Authority of the Agent5. Relations with Third Parties6. Principal and AgentPART III - THE SALE AND SUPPLY OF GOODS7. Background to the Sale of Goods Act8. The Contract of Sale and the Classification of Transactions9. Duties of the Parties10. Delivery11. The Condition of the Goods and Statutory Implied Terms12. The Buyer's Remedies13. Manufacturers and Product Liability14. The Duty to Pass a Good Title15. The Passing of Property16. Risk, Mistake and Frustration17. The Conflicts of Sale Transactions18. Buyer's Duties and Seller's Remedies19. Contracts for the Supply of ServicesPART IV - FINANCING THE TRANSACTION20. Financing the Transaction21. Credit and Security22. Real Security23. Personal Security24. The Regulation of Credit25. Regulated Agreements26. Control of Credit Agreements27. Money and the Transfer of Obligations28. Bills of Exchange29. Banks and Their Customers30. Bank Payment OrdersPART V - INTERNATIONAL TRADE31. The Nature and Structure of International Trade32. Bills of Lading and Contracts of Carriage33. International Sale Contracts34. Financing International TradePART VI - PROTECTING THE TRANSACTION35. Insurance36. Resolution of Commercial DisputesIndex

Editorial Reviews

`Review from previous edition "The book deals impressively with the important international and European influences on the development of English commercial law and manages to combine a critical, practical and contextual approach to commercial law, comprehensively covering all the main areasand taking account of some of the unusual legal problems that arise out of modern commercial practices."Eric Baskind, Liverpool John Moores University'Student Law Review 2001. Volume 34