Contract Law for Studentsis 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.
This title is included in Bloomsbury Professional's Contract Law for Students online service.
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Table of Contents
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