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- 1. Historical Introduction
- 2. Some Factors Affecting Modern Contract Law
- 3. The Phenomena of Agreement
- 4. Consideration
- 5. Intention to Create Legal Relations
- 6. The Contents of the Contract
- 7. Unenforceable Contracts
- 8. Mistake
- 9. Misrepresentation, Duress, and Undue Influence
- 10. Contracts Rendered Void by Statute
- 11. Contracts Illegal by Statute or at Common Law
- 12. Contracts Void at Common Law on Grounds of Public Policy
- 13. Capacity of Parties
- 14. Privity of Contract
- 15. Privity of Contract Under the Law of Agency
- 16. The Voluntary Assignment of Contractual Rights and Liabilities
- 17. The Involuntary Assignment of Contractual Rights and Liabilities
- 18. Performance and Breach
- 19. Discharge by Agreement
- 20. Discharge Under the Doctrine of Frustration
- 21. Remedies for Breach of Contract