Contract Law by T. T. ArvindContract Law by T. T. Arvind

Contract Law

byT. T. Arvind

Paperback | April 8, 2017

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A uniquely practical approach to contract law; the problem-based focus helps students to unfold the problem, reveal the law, and apply to life.Using this new and innovative textbook, students are given a problem scenario to unfold; as they do this they will understand the questions and issues surrounding each area of contract law. As they explore the problem, they encounter clear explanations which reveal the key legal concepts underpinning the relevant topic, to help them understand the operation of the law.Further illustrations and references to the problem apply the law, enabling students to see for themselves how the law interacts with everyday life and business, giving them a deep and practical grasp of the law.Engaging and thought-provoking, this is the most practically applied contract law textbook.
T.T. Arvind is Professor of Law at Newcastle University. His research focuses on the history and social context of private law and he has a strong interest in developing problem-based and experiential approaches to teaching and learning in law.
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Title:Contract LawFormat:PaperbackDimensions:640 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0 inPublished:April 8, 2017Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198703473

ISBN - 13:9780198703471

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction: the everyday context of contractsPart I: Forming Contracts2. Bargaining and agreeing: offer, acceptance, and formation3. Consideration: the requirement of mutuality4. Contracts and informal relations: the intention to create legal relations5. Non-contractual promises: promissory and proprietary estoppelPart II: Keeping Contracts6. Assembling the contract: representations, terms, and incorporation7. Interpreting the terms: construction, rectification, and mutual mistake8. Filling the gaps: implied terms9. Flexible terms: uncertainty, vagueness, and incompleteness10. Fundamental changes: frustration and common mistakePart III: Regulating Contracts11. Untrue statements: misrepresentation and unilateral mistake12. The limits of hard bargaining: duress and undue influence13. Controlling contractual terms: exclusion clauses, penalties, and consumer protection14. Protecting the public interest: the doctrine of illegalityPart IV: Enforcing Contracts15. Breach of contract: repudiation and the right to terminate16. Compensatory remedies: damages for breach of contract17. Non-compensatory remedies: specific performance, debt, and restitution18. Privity and third parties: protecting the rights of non-parties

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"A good read, with the perfect level of depth on the subject; I wish I had had this textbook when studying contract last year!" --Kiran Arif, Student, University of Hertfordshire