Contract Law

Paperback | February 18, 2013

byLindy Willmott, Sharon Christensen, Des Butler

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The fourth edition of Contract Law provides a comprehensive review of the principles of contract law. Complex topics are explained in a clear and accessible style that are illustrated by succinct cases. This text is also available with a casebook which gives students access to an expandedselection of primary and secondary materials.

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The fourth edition of Contract Law provides a comprehensive review of the principles of contract law. Complex topics are explained in a clear and accessible style that are illustrated by succinct cases. This text is also available with a casebook which gives students access to an expandedselection of primary and secondary materials.

Lindy Willmott is Professor at the School of Law at Queensland University of Technology. Sharon Christensen is Professor at the School of Law at Queensland University of Technology. Des Butler is Professor at the School of Law at Queensland University of Technology. Bill Dixon is Lecturer at the School of Law at Queensland University ...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:992 pagesPublished:February 18, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195578465

ISBN - 13:9780195578461

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Table of Contents

Part One: Overview1. Introduction2. NegotiationPart Two: Formation3. Agreement4. Certainty and Completeness5. Intention to Create Legal Relations6. Consideration7. Equitable EstoppelPart Three: Content8. Terms I: Establishing Contractual Terms9. Terms II: Construction of TermsPart Four: Limits on Enforcement of Contracts10. Capacity11. Formalities12. PrivityPart Five: Vitiating Factors13. Misrepresentation and Misleading Deceptive Conduct14. Mistake15. Duress16. Undue Influence17. Unconscionable Conduct18. Void and Illegal ContractsPart Six: Discharge of the Contract19. Discharge by Performance20. Discharge by Termination21. Discharge by Agreement22. Discharge by FrustrationPart Seven: Remedies23. Damages24. Restitution25. Equitable RemediesPart Eight: Consumer Protection26. Unfair Terms27. Consumer GuaranteesPart Nine: International Contracts28. International ContractsPart Ten: Themes, Critical Perspectives, and Ideologies29. Themes, Critical Perspectives, and Ideologies