Popular amongst students and practitioners, Anson’s Law of Contract is a well-established and well-respected classic of contract law.
Written by three of the foremost experts in the field, it provides an authoritative account of the subject. Detailed, yet clear, the authors lead readers through extensive explanations and analyses of the key underlying principles of contract law.
Thoroughly updated in this 30th edition to incorporate the most recent legislation and case law, including the Consumer Rights Act 2015, this definitive work is essential reading on contract law.
Part 1: Formation of Contract
2: The agreement
4: Consideration and promissory estoppel
Part 2: Contents of the Contract
5: The terms of the contract
6: Exemption clauses and unfair terms
Part 3: Factors Tending to Defeat Contractual Liability
9: Misrepresentation and non-disclosure
10: Duress, undue influence, and unconscionable bargains
Part 4: Performance and Discharge
13: Discharge by agreement
14: Discharge by frustration
15: Discharge by breach
16: Discharge by operation of law
Part 5: Remedies for Breach of Contract
18: Specific remedies
19: Restitutionary awards
20: Limitation of actions
Part 6: Limits of the Contractual Obligation
21: Third parties
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