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Koffman & Macdonald's Law of Contract 9th ed


ISBN13: 9780198752844
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780199644834
Published: August 2018
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £32.99



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Koffman & Macdonald's Law of Contract provides a clear and comprehensive account of the principles of contract law, with the authors breaking down difficult concepts whilst maintaining academic rigour.

Case summaries, extracts and analyses show students how the law works in practice, giving them essential knowledge of the key cases in the area, whilst helping to refine important case-reading skills.

Online resources

This book is accompanied by online resources, including: a selection of web links to help you in your study; guidance on answering problem questions; additional chapters covering capacity and the law of restitution; and an updates section, which covers the key developments in the law.

Subjects:
Contract Law
Contents:
1: Introduction to the study of contract law
2: Formation of the contract
3: Certainty and completeness
4: Consideration
5: Promissory estoppel
6: Intention to create legal relations
7: Express and implied terms
8: Classification of terms
9: Exemption clauses
10: Exemption clauses and the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977
11: Unfair Terms in Consumer Contract Regulations 1999
12: Mistake
13: Misrepresentation
14: Duress and undue influence
15: Illegality
16: Unconscionability and unfairness
17: Privity and third party rights
18: Performance and breach
19: The doctrine of frustration
20: Damages
21: Specific enforcement
W1: Capacity
W2: An outline of the law of restitution