JC Smith's The Law of Contract (häftad)
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JC Smith's The Law of Contract (häftad)

JC Smith's The Law of Contract

Häftad Engelska, 2021-03-25
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JC Smith's The Law of Contract provides a superb overview of all the key areas of contract law making this book ideal for use on all undergraduate courses. A focus on key cases acts a springboard into analysis and critical discussion enabling students to really understand the fundamentals of the subject.
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Ruby Hammer, Senior Lecturer, University of Manchester A popular and well-liked textbook. Very fluent and well written, with clear explanations and attention to academic debate within contract law. Always highlights grey areas of the law which are ripe for reform/challenge.

Aislinn O'Connell, Lecturer in Law, Royal Holloway University The book is clear and accessible, with consistent structure throughout and good use of key points at the start of each chapter to guide student learning.

student, Oxford Brookes University The writing style is great and easily readable. It doesn't overcomplicate the content of contract law and it doesn't oversimplify it, giving it the perfect balance.

Michael Lane, Visiting Lecturer; Birmingham City University An excellent staple text for undergraduate students. It is sufficiently detailed and deals with all key issues in contract law. The commentary surrounding more controversial areas of law is great. The introductory chapter is brilliant. It excellently discusses key concepts of contract law and places it all in context to set up the rest of book.

Stephen Bunbury, Senior Lecturer, University of Westminster A comprehensive and accessible text which deals with the fundamental key principles.

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Paul S. Davies is Professor of Commercial Law at UCL, teaching at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Paul was previously an Associate Professor in Law at the University of Oxford, and Fellow and Tutor in Law at St Catherine's College, Oxford. His book Accessory Liability (Hart Studies in Private Law: Hart Publishing, 2015) won the Inner Temple Book Prize in 2018, and in 2015 was awarded a Peter Birks Prize for Outstanding Legal Scholarship awarded by the Society of Legal Scholars. Paul is also a Barrister of Lincoln's Inn and a Member of Essex Court Chambers.


1: Introduction and fundamental themes 2: Objectivity in contract law 3: Offer and Acceptance: bilateral contracts 4: Offer and Acceptance: unilateral contracts 5: Contract as an agreement 6: Identity of offeror and offeree 7: Consideration and promissory estoppel 8: Intention to create legal relations 9: Contracts requiring writing 10: Third parties 11: Identifying the terms of a contract 12: Interpretation 13: Implication 14: Rectification 15: Exclusion clauses and unfair terms 16: Misrepresentation 17: Duress 18: Undue influence 19: Unconscionable bargains and inequality of bargaining power 20: Good faith 21: Capacity 22: Illegality and restraint of trade 23: Common mistake: contracts void for failure of a basic contractual assumption 24: Frustration: contracts discharged for failure of a basic contractual assumption 25: Conditions, warranties, and innominate terms 26: Anticipatory breach of contract 27: Compensatory damages 28: Agreed remedies 29: Remedies beyond compensatory damages Glossary