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Contract Law for Students is a clear and accessible textbook aimed at undergraduate law students as well as those attempting either set of professional exams: FE-1s for solicitors or Kings Inns entrance exams for barristers. This title offers concise yet comprehensive insight into the law of contract and is ideally suited to students and researchers.From Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company (1893) through to unfair terms in consumer contracts regulations, this textbook covers all aspects of contract law relevant to students - including a handy chapter on navigating the professional exams which contains practical guidance for students embarking on their journey towards becoming a barrister or solicitor.
Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Offer and Acceptance Chapter 3: Consideration Chapter 4: Estoppel Chapter 5: Intention to Create Legal Relations Chapter 6: Formalities Chapter 7: Capacity Chapter 8: Privity Chapter 9: Terms Chapter 10: Exemption Clauses Chapter 11: Consumer Protection Chapter 12: Vitiating and Voiding Factors Chapter 13: The Termination of Contracts Chapter 14: Remedies Chapter 15: Agency Chapter 16: Navigating the Professional Exams Appendix: Negotiating Contracts Who drafts the contract? Negotiating strategy What is the impact of a clause? The creative process and owning the rights