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Contract: Cases & Materials 3rd ed isbn 9780414031135

Contract: Cases & Materials 2nd ed

ISBN13: 9780414012813
ISBN: 041401281X
New Edition ISBN: 9780414031135
Published: November 2002
Publisher: W. Green
Country of Publication: Scotland
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Scottish Law
This second edition not only fully updates the original work but has been expanded to include important developments in the fields of electronic communications, remedies, damages and good faith. Contract: Cases and Materials encompasses a diverse and informative collection of extracts from the leading cases, statutes, subordinate legislation and commentaries. Material is arranged systematically in sections, each section having a specific topic. There are invaluable summings-up of material with key points analysed and discussed by the authors.

Scots Law
Coverage includes:
Part 1: Introductions
Chapter I: General Principles
Chapter II: European Contract Law
Part 2: Contract Formation
Chapter III: Agreement as the basis of contractual obligations
Chapter IV: Protracted negotiations
Chapter V: The need for communication
Part 3: Validity
Chapter VI: The exertion of pressure or influence
Chapter VII: Misunderstandings
Chapter VIII: Illegality
Part 4: The substance of the contract
Chapter IX: The terms of a contract
Chapter X: Importation of express, written, standard terms of contract
Chapter XI: Exclusion and similar clauses
Part 5: Performance and its consequences
Chapter XII: The termination of contractual obligations
Chapter XIII: Remedies for breach of contract