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Benjamin's Sale of Goods
Benjamin's Sale of Goods
8th Edition, Mainwork & Supplement
Series:  Common Law Library
ISBN:  9780414022928
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
General Editor: Professor Michael Bridge
Publication Date:  21 Aug 2013
Format:  Hardback
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Offering a one stop source to all the elements, principles, legislation and case law surrounding sale of goods not just in the UK but internationally, Benjamin’s Sale of Goods has firmly established itself as the only title you need on sale of goods.
Frequently cited in court, its depth and coverage makes Benjamin an essential reference tool in any commercial law library.

Organised logically, this title takes you through the whole sales of goods process starting with the nature and formation of these contracts, whilst highlighting legislation and case law you need to be aware of along the way.
Taking on an international approach, Benjamin ensures you are aware of the latest case law and legislation (Acts, Directives and Regulations) on a UK, European and global scale.

HOW BENJAMIN’S SALE OF GOODS WILL HELP YOU:

• Provides you with a one stop source on the law of sale of goods, including terms and conditions, rights and obligations
• Includes discussions of unfair contract terms in commercial and consumer sales in both UK and internationally
• Contains a full treatment of consumer statutes and regulations affecting sale of goods
• Discusses the different payment methods used in the UK and internationally, paying special attention to the rules and practices concerning Letters of Credit and the implication of E-Commerce
• Provides an exhaustive treatment of the law governing overseas sales
• Provides discussion on the conflict of laws

The Benjamin's Sales of Goods 1st Supplement to the 8th Edition includes the addition of many new cases, including the following:

• Fortis Bank SA/NV v Indian Overseas Bank (Nos 1 & 2), [New footnote: [2011] EWCA Civ 58 (refusal of documents)
• Electrosteel Europe SA v Edil Centro SpA [2011] I.L.Pr. 28 (the Judgments Regulation and place of delivery)
• Air Transworld Ltd v Bombardier Inc [2012] EWHC 243 (Comm) (international supply contracts and the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977)
• Kingspan Environmental Ltd & Ors v Borealis A/S & Ors [2012] EWHC 1147 (Comm) (evasive choice of law and the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977)
• Choil Trading SA v Sahara Energy Resources Ltd [2010] EWHC 374 (Comm) (hedging transactions and the cost of mitigation)
• Samarenkov Dawn Hill House Ltd [2011] EWCA Civ 1445 (timely performance and making time of the essence)
• KG Bominflot Bunkergesellschaft fur Mineraloele mbH & Co AG v Petroplus Marketing AG (The Mercini Lady) [2010] EWCA Civ 1145 (transit, quality and risk)
• Wincanton Group Ltd v Garbe Logistics UK 1 SARL [2011] EWHC 905 (Ch) (passing of property)
• Springwell Navigation Corp. v. J.P. Morgan Chase Bank [2010] EWCA 1221 (entire agreement clauses)
• Gebr. Weber GmbH v Wittmer [2011] 3 C.M.L.R.27 (cost of replacing consumer goods and Sale of Goods Act Part 5A remedies)

CONTENTS

Part One: Nature and Formation of the Contract of Sale

Part Two: Property and Risk

Part Three: Performance of the Contract 8 Delivery

Part Four: Defective Goods

Part Five: Consumer Protection

Part Six: Remedies

Part Seven: Overseas Sales

Part Eight: Conflict of Laws

Appendix: The Sale of Goods Act 1979

EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

YOUR EXPERT TEAM OF CONTRIBUTORS

General Editor: Professor M G Bridge is the Cassel Professor of Commercial Law at the London School of Economics and a Door Tenant of 20 Essex Street Chambers. His interests lie across a range of commercial law, specifically international and domestic sales, contract, personal property, insolvency, secured transactions and conflict of laws.

Professor Howard Bennett is the Hind Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Nottingham. He lectures regularly on international trade law in Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and South Korea.

Francis Dawson is a Barrister of the Supreme Court of Judicature of England and Wales. He is widely recognised as an expert in banking and finance, corporate and commercial law and has published widely in those areas.

Professor Eva Lomnicka is a practising Barrister at Four New Square Chambers and a Professor of Law at King’s College London.

Professor C J Miller is Emeritus Professor of English Law at the University of Birmingham and a Barrister and Door Tenant of Henderson Chambers.

Professor Philip Rawlings is a Professor of Law at University College London and is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers. He is also co-deputy director of the Centre for Commercial Law at UCL.

Professor F M B Reynolds QC is an Honorary Bencher of the Inner Temple, Emeritus Fellow of Worcester College and Professor of Law Emeritus at the University of Oxford.

Sir Guenter Treitel QC is a former Vinerian Professor of English Law at All Souls College, Oxford University and Emeritus Fellow of All Souls College.

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