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The Law Of Contract

Author : G. H. Treitel
ISBN : STANFORD:36105063650076
Genre : Law
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This text explains and analyzes the law of contract, and provides a detailed examination of many areas of controversy and difficulty. Amongst recent developments examined is the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Bill.
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Treitel On The Law Of Contract

Author : Edwin Peel
ISBN : 0414037391
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Now in its 14th edition, this book explains and analyses the law of contract, and provides a detailed and clear examination of many areas of controversy and difficulty.

The Law Of Contract

Author : Günter Heinz Treitel
ISBN : 0421441305
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An Outline Of The Law Of Contract

Author : G. H. Treitel
ISBN : 0406972680
Genre : Law
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This sixth edition has been extensively updated and re-written to take into account all the legislative changes since 1995. It examines thoroughly such legislation as the Contacts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999, the Competition Act 1998, and the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000.
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A Casebook On Contract

Author : Andrew Burrows
ISBN : 9781782251446
Genre : Law
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This is the fourth, fully updated, edition of Professor Burrows' casebook, offering law students the ideal way to discover and understand contract law through reading highlights from the leading cases. Designed to be used in conjunction with a contract law textbook, this book covers the undergraduate contract law course in a series of clearly presented and carefully structured chapters. The author provides an expert introduction to each topic and his succinct notes and questions seek to guide students to a proper understanding of the cases. The relevant statutes are also set out along with a principled analysis of them. In addition to cross-references to further discussion in the leading textbooks, an innovative feature is the summary of leading academic articles in each chapter. The book is designed not to overwhelm students by its length but covers all aspects of the law of contract most commonly found in the undergraduate curriculum. Praise for previous editions: "Excellent update. Continues to be the best Text, Cases and Materials volume out there.†? Jeremias Prassl, St John's College, Oxford "The most up-to-date text. Student friendly...Excellent coverage of the case law.†? Dr Benjamin Andoh, Southampton Solent University, Law School "An outstanding casebook: concise extracts that capture all relevant aspects, clear and helpful comments, and up-to-date and well-selected suggestions for further reading.†? Florian Wagner Von Papp, University College London "Probably the best and most straightforward text, with very good commentary and overview of further reading'' Ewan McGaughey, King's College, London "...simply excellent, as it has case comments and insightful work out tutorial problems Burrows is essential." Anca Chirita, Durham Law School "Clear, comprehensive, incisive and up-to-date." Professor Joshua Getzler, St Hugh's College, Oxford
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The Law Of Contract

Author : G...H. Treitel
ISBN : 0421519800
Genre : Commericial law
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Measuring Damages In The Law Of Obligations

Author : Sirko Harder
ISBN : 9781847315908
Genre : Law
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This book challenges certain differences between contract, tort and equity in relation to the measure (in a broad sense) of damages. Damages are defined as the monetary award made by a court in consequence of a breach of contract, a tort or an equitable wrong. In all these causes of action, damages usually aim to put the claimant into the position the claimant would be in without the wrong. Even though the main objective of damages is thus the same for each cause of action, their measure is not. While some aspects of the measure of damages are more or less harmonised between contract, tort and equity (e.g. causation in fact and mitigation), significant differences exist in relation to (1) remoteness of damage, which is the question of whether, when and to which degree damage needs to be foreseeable to be recoverable; (2) the compensability of non-pecuniary loss such as pain and suffering, distress and loss of reputation; (3) the effect of contributory negligence, which is the victim's contribution to the occurrence of the wrong or the ensuing loss through unreasonable conduct prior to the wrong; (4) the circumstances under which victims of wrongs can claim the gain the wrongdoer has made from the wrong; and (5) the availability and scope of exemplary (or punitive) damages. For each of the five topics, this book examines the present position in contract, tort and equity and establishes the differences between the three areas. It goes on to scrutinise the arguments in defence of existing differences. The conclusion on each topic is that the present differences between contract, tort and equity cannot be justified on merits and should be removed through a harmonisation of the relevant principles.
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