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Great Debates in Contract Law (3rd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 355
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Great Debates in Law

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This textbook is an engaging introduction to the more advanced writings on contract law, primarily designed to allow students to ‘get under the skin’ of the topic and begin to build their critical thinking and analysis...

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This textbook is an engaging introduction to the more advanced writings on contract law, primarily designed to allow students to ‘get under the skin’ of the topic and begin to build their critical thinking and analysis skills. Each chapter is structured around key questions and debates that provoke deeper thought and, ultimately, a clearer understanding. This edition has been extensively rewritten to include new cases and scholarship throughout. New sections include ‘no oral modification’ clauses, substantive fairness, regulation of standard-form contracts, and remoteness of damage in contract.


An excellent book for students of contract law who wish to know more, the aim of the book is not to present a complete overview of theoretical issues in contract law, but rather to illustrate the current debates which are currently going on among those working in shaping the area. The text features summaries of the views of notable experts on key topics and each chapter ends with a list of guided further reading. 


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  • Helpful summaries of the views of notable experts on key topics
  • Each chapter ends with a list of guided additional reading to provoke further thought and discussion
  • Fact boxes present useful hypothetical examples to illustrate when and where the debates discussed would have relevant application
  • Fact boxes present useful hypothetical examples to illustrate when and where the debates discussed would have relevant application

  • Extensively rewritten to include new cases and scholarship throughout.
  • New sections and debates include `no oral modification' clauses, substantive fairness, regulation of standard-form contracts, and remoteness of damage in contract.

1. Formation of Contract?
2. Enforceability: Consideration, Intention and Estoppel
3. Standard Forms and Written Contracts
4. Contractual Content: Terms and Their Meaning
5. Misrepresentation and Mistake
6. Frustration.- 7. Inequality of Bargaining Power
8. Party-Agreed Remedies
9. Judicial Remedies: Performance, Compensation and Remoteness
Appendix: Third Parties.

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Jonathan Morgan is Reader in English Law, University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of Corpus Christi College. He has written extensively about contract and tort law. His other teaching and research interests include equity, constitutional law, human rights and legal history.

 

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Jonathan Morgan is Reader in English Law, University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of Corpus Christi College. He has written extensively about contract and tort law. His other teaching and research interests include equity, constitutional law, human rights and legal history.

 

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