Law of Contract provides a clear and engaging explanation of the main principles of contract law. This book guides students through each topic, explaining how the law currently operates but also considering debate on reform to provide an understanding of how the law may develop.
- Strong student support offered through further reading suggestions, new chapter summaries, diagrams and highlighted summaries of the main cases
- Supported by a companion website containing regular case and legislation updates, web-links, interactive self-test questions, practice assessment questions, key term flashcards and a glossary
- Provides a testbank of multiple choice questions for lecturers which can be used to assess students` progress
New to This Edition
- Revised to include recent developments in the law such as the Law Commission report and suggested bill on unfair contract terms - New case law has been integrated throughout