Written by a leading contract lawyer with extensive teaching and research experience, Contract Law takes a unique approach to a complex subject.Chen-Wishart combines academic rigour with an innovative visual approach, presenting the law with diagrams, flowcharts and tables to provide you with a stimulating account of key principles and an engaging analysis of the complexities of contract law. Thought-provoking analytical features, such asthe 'Pause for reflection' and 'Counterpoint' boxes encourage you to actively and critically engage with the topics.The book is accompanied by a suite of online resources including downloadable diagrams from the book; animated versions of selected diagrams with audio commentary; guidance on answering the questions posed in the book; web links to key cases and legislation; updates; and two additional chapters onincapacity and illegality and public policy.Additionally, lecturers have access to a test bank of multiple choice questions.
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