Savage And Bradgate: Business Law by Nigel SavageSavage And Bradgate: Business Law by Nigel Savage

Savage And Bradgate: Business Law

byNigel Savage, Robert Bradgate


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Savage and Bradgate: Business Law made a big impression upon its first appearance six years ago, with its comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of those principles of common law and statute law which regulate business activity in the United Kingdom. This new edition carries on the good work inits critical analysis of the purpose and functioning of the rules and legislation involved, placing emphasis on the rationale of the law and on the economic and political context within which it operates - all delivered in an uncluttered, straightforward style.
Nigel Savage, BA, LLM, PhD, Professor and Head of Nottingham Law School; Managing Director, Nottingham Law School Ltd. Robert Bradgate, MA, Solicitor, Senior Lecturer, Unit for Commercial Studies, Faculty of Law, University of Sheffield
Title:Savage And Bradgate: Business LawFormat:PaperbackDimensions:618 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 1.22 inPublisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0406006202

ISBN - 13:9780406006202

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Table of Contents

Part I.Business regulation, the state and the legal process1. Business regulation2. The state, the law and the legal systemPart II.The law of torts3. The law of torts4. Trespass5. Defamation6. Economic torts7. Negligence8. Defences and remedies9. Special forms of liability in negligence10. Nuisance11. The effectiveness of the tort system - some alternativesPart III.Contract12. Agreement13. Consideration and intention14. Statements made in a contractual setting15. Factors affecting the validity of contracts16. Contracts and public policy17. Discharge, breach and remedies18. Exclusion of liability19. Privity of contractPart IV.The classification and regulation of business transactions - goods and services20. The classification of transactions21. Statutory implied terms in contracts for the sale and supply of goods22. Passing of property and risk in contracts of sale23. Who can pass title in contracts of sale?24. Delivery and payment in contracts of sale25. Contracts involving servicesPart V.Financing the supply of goods and services26. The development and regulation of credit27. Regulated agreements28. Control of credit agreementsPart VI.Business relations29. Agency30. The business and the workforcePart VII.The legal framework of business organisations31. Types of business organisation32. Partnership33. Corporate status34. Corporate capital35. Distribution of corporate power and authority in law and realty36. Corporate insolvency and winding up37. Takeovers and mergers38. Dealings in securities and financial servicesIndex