Contract, Tort and Restitution
by Steve Hedley
"The vast growth of statute law in recent years means that students have been forced to develop much greater skills of interpretation than before. ... Show synopsis "The vast growth of statute law in recent years means that students have been forced to develop much greater skills of interpretation than before. Ready access to the relevant statutes, however, is not always easy.The Butterworths Student Statutes Series is a firmly established series, which provides busy students with carefully researched and compiled, but compact and competitively-priced collections of statutory materials. Selected by experienced lecturers to meet the needs of students on most relevant courses, each collection has been put together to Butterworths' traditionally high editorial standards. Statutes and statutory instruments are arranged in chronological order for ease of reference and amendment notes are provided where necessary. Commentaries are excluded making each title in the series ideal for use in open book examinations.This edition has been expanded to cover the new privity legislation (the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999. It also includes extracts from the Electronic Communications Act 2000. All material is produced in its most recent form, with supplementary notes providing details of its legislative history.It provides students with the key legislative materials relevant to the core areas of liability. "