“Having reviewed the case of White v Australian and New Zealand Theatres Ltd and a number of the subsequent authorities considering this case, I respectfully adopt Professor Carter's analysis of White v Australian and New Zealand Theatres Ltd and the proposition for which Professor Carter says it stands” –
Cited by Sackar J in Paul Fishlock v The Campaign Palace Pty Limited  NSWSC 531 at 
“...important and impressively, whilst the book cannot give answers to all the specific questions which might arise in a construction dispute, it gives the reader a much better understanding of what questions of construction really mean.
Carter's outstanding work is a valuable addition which more than holds its own in a field of notable publications...a welcome new entrant in a difficult and most important area.” – Louise Merrett,
Cambridge Law Journal, Volume 72, 2
“... a comprehensive one-stop reference work on the construction of commercial contracts.
... a superb book which ought to find a place of importance in the libraries of not only practitioners and academics in the field but also students in contract law of advanced standing. It goes beyond the boundaries of black-letter law and is overwhelmingly well-researched. The obvious strength of the book is that the depth of legal analysis finds clarity of expression and practical relevance to the commercial world in the various jurisdictions of the greater Commonwealth and, of course, Australia.” – NB Rao,
Journal of Contract Law, Volume 31
“...a worthy edition to any collection. It sets out to explain the principles of the construction of contracts, and it has certainly done so. It is certain to appeal not only to the academic searching for conceptual understanding of some of the most difficult areas of the interpretation of contracts, but also to the practitioner who seeks a quick reference to the present law. Its contributions to the scholarship in this area of law are immense, and contract scholars will certainly find its influence difficult to ignore in future works to come.
...highly recommended to any reader interested in this difficult area of law in any jurisdiction.” – Goh Yihan,
Singapore Journal of Legal Studies, 2013
“... this impressive book is a welcome addition to a complex area of the law and will be of interest to practitioners, academics and students. Owing to its conceptual approach, it is perhaps more geared to the latter of the two categories. Carter has succeeded not just in providing a comprehensive description of the unruly law of commercial construction, but also in partially taming it via his principled approach.” – Jacob Turner,
Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 2014
“...for anyone confused about the art and science of contractual construction, Professor Carter's book is a must-read. The book provides comprehensive coverage of the topic in a structured way that reflects in-depth research, a deep understanding of the subject, and is further aided by clarity of expression.” – Larry A. DiMatteo,
International Company & Commercial Law Review, Volume 25, Issue 7