If you are new to the study of law then Koffman and Macdonald's The Law of Contract will provide you with a clear, non-technical account of contract law that will take you through your first year module. The authors' case summaries, extracts and analyses will show you how the law works in practice, give you a good knowledge of the key cases in the area, and help you to refine your own case-reading skills. Coverage has been carefully reviewed to match undergraduate contract law courses across the country.
Professor Elizabeth Macdonald is Professor of Law at Swansea University. Dr Ruth Atkins is Lecturer in Law at Aberystwyth University.
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
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