Briefcase on Contract Law
Cavendish Publishing, Nov 18, 1999 - Law - 304 pages
The principles of English contract law are mainly to be found in the reporteddecisions of the courts. Students on most contract law courses are requiredto know the details of several hundreds of those decisions. This booksummarises those cases which most students need to know. The facts anddecisions are presented concisely but with all the vital details needed for afull understanding. Extensive use is made of quotations to give a real flavourof the judgments themselves.
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