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(p. 377) Part V The contents of contracts 

(p. 377) Part V The contents of contracts
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date: 18 September 2019

This chapter examines how contract terms are identified and interpreted. It also considers the problems arising fromstandard form contracts. The increasing use of such contracts has put enormous pressure on traditional contract rules, which are premised on a different model of individual negotiation between notionally equal parties. The topics cover: express terms, collateral terms, implied terms, interpretation of terms, and interpretation of exemption clauses.

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