This package includes a physical copy of Contract Law, 2/e by Halson as well as access to the eText and MyLawChamber.
Fully updated with the latest legal developments, Contract Law is the essential guide to the life of a contract. It covers all stages of the process, from negotiation and formation, through its possible modification to the ending of a contract including a thorough examination of available remedies. Offering a modern, engaging account of all aspects of contract law, this new edition provides a clear understanding of the legal principles which underpin the contractual process.
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Roger Halson is Professor of Contract and Commercial Law at the University of Leeds. He has written widely in contract law and his work has been referred to in UK House of Lords (now the Supreme Court), as well as appellate courts overseas.
Introduction PART I: THE NEGOTIATION STAGE 2. Negotiating the Contract PART II: THE BIRTH OF THE CONTRACT Section A. Formation of a Contract: The Positive Requirements 3. Agreement: Offer and Acceptance 4. The Enforceability of Agreements: Consideration and its Alternatives 5. Form, Intention and Certainty Section B. Formation: Negative Factors. 6. Illegality in Formation 7. Non-Agreement Mistakes Section C. Personnel. 8. Capacity 9. Third Parties PART III: THE LIFE OF THE CONTRACT 10. The Content of the Contract: Express and Implied Terms 11. The Content of the Contract: Exclusion Clauses 12. The Modification of Contracts 13. Performance PART IV: THE DEATH OF THE CONTRACT 14. Frustration 15. Termination for Breach PART V: THE AFTERMATH 16. Literal Performance 17. Damages for Breach of Contract