Anson’s Law of Contract offers an accurate and authoritative account of the law and its underlying principles. This 31st edition continues to provide comprehensive and detailed coverage of all topics covered on modern contract law courses, and has been revised and updated to incorporate all notable developments in case law, legislation, and academic debate. Topics covered include, in the first part, the agreement, the formation of the contract, and promissory estoppel. The second part looks at the terms of the contract, exemption clauses, and unfair terms. Next the book looks at incapacity, mistake, misrepresentation and non-disclosure, duress, and illegality. The fourth part considers performance and discharge. The next part looks at damages and specific remedies. The sixth part of the book covers third parties, assignment and agency in terms of the limits of the contractual obligation.
Keywords:contract, promissory estoppel, terms, exemption clauses, misrepresentation, illegality, damages, remedies, third parties
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- Front Matter
- 1. Introduction
- Part 1 Formation of Contract
- Part 2 Contents of the Contract
- Part 3 Factors Tending to Defeat Contractual Liability
- Part 4 Performance and Discharge
- Part 5 Remedies for Breach of Contract
- Part 6 Limits of the Contractual Obligation
- End Matter