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Treitel on The Law of Contract
Treitel on The Law of Contract
15th Edition
Practice Area:  Academic Law, Contract Law
ISBN:  9780414070714
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Author:Edwin Peel
Publication Date:  31 Mar 2020
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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Textbook on Contract Law

Treitel on the Law of Contract is recognised as the most thorough and discerning treatment of contract law. It is a widely adopted textbook for students and a valuable source of reference for practitioners. This new edition provides a clear and detailed analysis of an increasingly complex area of law.
  • Examines, and offers resolutions to, controversial and problematic points of law
  • Takes account of a number of cases in the Supreme Court including Arnold v Britton and Wood v Sureterm (interpretation), Marks & Spencer v BNP Paribas (implied terms), Patel v Mirza (illegality), Cavendish v Makdessi (penalties), and Morris-Garner v One Step (“negotiating damages”)
  • Also covers important developments in the Court of Appeal including FSHC Group Holdings v Glas Trust (rectification) and First Tower Trustees v CDS (Superstores International) (“non-reliance”) clauses
  • Incorporates the provisions of the Consumer Rights Act 2015 into the chapters affected
Treitel remains the most coherent, comprehensive and compelling analysis of contract law on the market.

CONTENTS

  1. Introduction
  2. Agreement
  3. Consideration
  4. Contractual Intention
  5. Form
  6. The Contents of a Contract
  7. Exemption Clauses & Unfair Terms
  8. Mistake
  9. Misrepresentation
  10. Duress, Undue Influence and Unconscionable Bargains
  11. Illegality
  12. Capacity
  13. Plurality of Parties
  14. Third Parties
  15. Assignment
  16. Agency
  17. Performance and Breach
  18. Termination for Breach
  19. Frustration
  20. Damages
  21. Specific Remedies
  22. Restitution
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