Contract Formation; Restitution (Unjust Enrichment); Statute of Frauds: Contract Interpretation; Contract Modification; Defenses; Remedies; Performance; Third-Party Beneficiaries; Assignment of Rights and Delegation of Duties: Events That Excuse Performance; Discharge.
This book presents the key principles of contract law in a clear, and straightforward language. It explains basic principles and highlights key cases and statutes. It focuses on those topics favored by examiners, and provides an essential revision aid for all students of contract law.
Explaining the basic principles of contract law, this text highlights key cases and statutes. Nutshells are designed as revision aids for those studying law, and include topics favoured by examiners as well as model questions and answers.
'Nutshells' are a series of books designed to present the essentials of law in clear, straightforward language. This book covers commercial law and includes details on agency, sale of goods, supply of goods, international contracts, negotiable instruments, security interests and personal insolvency.
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