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Contract Law in Practice

Neil Andrews


This book is a detailed examination of the general doctrines of English law of contract. Cases are analysed precisely, providing quick access to the major authoritative passages in the leading judgments. The coverage is comprehensive. It focuses on English law, but it also provides analysis of assistance throughout the Common Law family of legal systems. It provides up-to-date examination of case law developments. There are nearly fifty ‘evaluation’ sections which provide comment on controversial or unclear topics. Six major principles are identified: Freedom of Contract; Objectivity; the Contractual Bond Principle; Estoppel; Good Faith and Fair Dealing; the Compensation Principle.

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