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Sale and Supply of Goods and Services
Sale and Supply of Goods and Services
3rd Edition
Series:  Commercial Series
Practice Area:  Commercial Law
ISBN:  9780414034471
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  12 Dec 2014
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Hardback, CD-ROM
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Sale and Supply of Goods and Services is a practical guide for commercial lawyers providing a comprehensive view of transactions relating to the supply of goods and services.

The core of the book deals with pre-contractual issues, the formation of the relevant contracts and the discharge of contractual obligations providing practitioners with the information needed to solve the issues encountered in practice. In addition to updating the legal commentary to take account of changes in both statute and case law, this edition includes a thorough consideration and revision of the accompanying precedents.

  • Presents a complete guide to the principles, practice and procedure of all aspects of the supply of goods and services
  • Covers business to business and business to consumer transactions, as well as transactions between private individuals
  • Provides the information to solve the issues encountered in practice
  • Goes through pre-contractual issues, the formation of contracts, the discharge of contracts and defective performance
  • Includes a whole section on sale of goods and the internet
  • Considers the factors which can make a defective contract, including mistake, frustration and force majeure, clarifying the principles so they can be applied easily
  • Helps resolve clients disputes by providing guidance on remedies for defective performance under contract and tort law, and where misrepresentation or unjust enrichment are involved
  • Covers the methods of dispute resolution which are available, including the county court, High Court, arbitration, mediation and ADR
    Provides checklists to ensure all the important points are covered
  • Incorporates the changes to be introduced by the Consumer Rights Bill
  • Includes a CD-ROM containing easily accessible complete precedents
CONTENTS

Chapter 1: Business to Business transactions

  • 1.1 sale of goods 
  • 1.2 supply of goods
  • 1.3 carriage of goods
  • 1.4 supply of services
  • 1.5 goods as security
  • 1.6 sale and supply of goods and services on credit

Chapter 2: contracting with consumers

Chapter 3: transactions for the sale and supply of goods and services between private individuals
 
Chapter 4: Sale of goods and services and the internet

Chapter 5: Data protection and freedom of information in relation to sale and supply of goods and services

Chapter 6: Defective contracts for the sale and supply of goods and services

Chapter 7: Outside events affecting performance of contracts

Chapter 8: Remedies in contract for defective performance

Chapter 9: Other remedies for defective performance 

Chapter 10: Dealing with disputes

Chapter 11: Sale and supply of goods and services: dispute resolution

EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

Richard Christou is a Corporate Advisor to Fujitsu Ltd and has many years of experience drafting, advising on and negotiating commercial agreements.

Richard regularly gives talks and presentations at events and conferences and has written many other titles including Boilerplate Practical Clauses, International Agency, Distribution and Licensing Agreements and Drafting Commercial Agreements.

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