Contract Law offers a new approach, utilising diagrams to complement the text. The book explains the intricacies of contract law and the questions that arise during the life of a contract. Part I of the book explains what contract law is and defines its scope. Part II of the book looks at contract formation: the finding of agreement and meeting the criteria of enforceability. Part III focuses on the position of third parties. Part IV considers the vitiating factors of misrepresentation and non-disclosure, mistake, frustration, duress, undue influence, and unconscionability. Part V analyses the terms of contracts: express, implied, collateral, and examines their interpretation and enforceability. Part VI considers the breach of a contract and the remedies of termination, damages, and specific and agreed remedies. Part VII examines good faith in current contract law.
Keywords:contract formation, enforceability, privity, vitiating factors, terms, interpretation, unfair terms, breach, remedies for breach, good faith
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- Front Matter
- Part I Introduction
- Part II Contract formation
- Part III Privity
- Part IV ‘Vitiating’ factors
- Part V The contents of contracts
- Part VI Breach and remedies for breach
- Part VII Good Faith
- End Matter