Anson's Law of Contract - 30 Ed

Anson's Law of Contract

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Description
'Anson's Law of Contract is an expert, authoritative, and helpful guide to students. It explains key concepts in a clear and comprehensive manner, without minimizing the many complexities of this area of law.'
Ansons Law of Contract is a favourite of students and practitioners alike, offering exceptional detail, authority, and clarity on contract law.
•    A classic text in the field providing an accurate and stimulating account of the law.
•    Comprehensive coverage of all topics covered on contract law courses.
•    Further reading suggestions at the ends of chapters encourage further study.
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Contents
1.    Introduction
Part I - Formation of Contract
2.    The Agreement
3.    Form
4.    Consideration, and Promissory Estoppel
Part II - Contents of the Contract
5.   The Terms of the Contract
6.    Exemption clauses and unfair terms
Part III - Factors Tending to Defeat Contractual Liability
7.    Incapacity
8.    Mistake
9.    Misrepresentation and Non-disclosure
10.  Duress, Undue Influence, and Unconscionable Bargains
11   Illegality
Part IV - Performance and Discharge
12.  Performance
13.  Discharge by Agreement
14.  Discharge by Frustration
15.  Discharge by Breach
16.  Discharge by Operation of Law
Part V - Remedies for Breach of Contract
17.  Damages
18.  Specific Remedies
19.  Restitutionary Awards
20.  Limitation of Actions
Part VI Limits of the Contractual Obligation
21.  Third Parties
22.  Assignment
23.  Agency
Index
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Author Details
J. Beatson
, FBA is Rouse Ball Professor of English Law, University of Cambridge and fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. He is also a Deputy High Court Judge and a former Law Commissioner. His publications include Administrative Law: Cases and Materials, with M. Matthews (2nd edn, 1989), The Use and Abuse of Unjust Enrichment (1991), Good Faith and fault in Contract Law, edited with Daniel Friedmann (I997), and Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Information: Essays in Honour of Sir David Williams, edited with Yvonne Cripps (2000). He is one of the editors of Chitty on Con1racts (28th edn, 2000).
Andrew Burrows FBA, QC (Hon) is a barrister and Honorary Bencher of Middle Temple and Professor of the Law of England and Fellow at All Souls College, University of Oxford.
John Cartwright is Professor of the Law of Contract, University of Oxford, and Professor of Anglo-American Private Law, University of Leiden.
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