Treitel on The Law of Contract is the leading textbook on the law of contract providing a detailed all embracing guide to this area of law.
- Goes through the nature and functions of contract law
- Explains and evaluates the rules and principles that make up English contract law
- Analyses the structure of contract law, looking at how the law has developed and the many influences
- Covers all the key areas of contract law, providing students with detailed explanation
- Looks at the different remedies available in contract law
- Includes extensive use of case citations throughout
- Discusses and analyses recent key cases
- Accepted ‘authority’ upon dubious points of law or where the law is non-existent
NEW TO THIS EDITION
- Consumer Rights Act 2015
- Rainy Sky v Kookmin Bank (interpretation), Benedetti v Sawiris (quantum meruit) and Les Laboratoires Servier v Apotex (illegality)
- Coverage of the developing law of “good faith” and the correct approach to rectification
- Contractual Intention
- The Contents of a Contract
- Exemption Clauses and Unfair Terms
- Third Parties
- Performance and Breach
- Unjust Enrichment
“The detailed analysis of contractual intricacies is impressive, and the author guides the reader with practical examples to illustrate his reasoning.” New Law Journal
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