Law of Contract
'This is an excellent text which provides a thoughtful and comprehensive account of the law of contract.' Review of previous edition - Student Law ... Show synopsis 'This is an excellent text which provides a thoughtful and comprehensive account of the law of contract.' Review of previous edition - Student Law Journal, January 2006 Paul Richard's Law of Contract, now in its eighth edition, is a trusted, clear and engaging explanation of the main principles of contract law. This area of law is growing in complexity and importance, and it is essential that you gain a firm grasp of the main principles. This book lights a clear path through the various issues, explaining the law as it stands but also considering proposals for reform so that an understanding of the development of the law is achieved. This new edition has been revised to include recent developments in the law including: -The Law Commission report and suggested bill on unfair contract terms. -New case law has been integrated throughout.Key Features: -Clearly-distinguished case summaries help you to quickly recognise the key cases and differentiate them from surrounding commentary -New colour text design and larger format enable you to use the text with ease -Chapter summaries highlight the main points covered in each chapter, cementing your understanding About the author Paul Richards is Head of the Department of Law, University of Huddersfield. He has many years' experience as a lecturer in contract, land law and trusts, and is an examiner and moderator for various bodies. ... This text is supported by a MyLawChamber website including: For students: regular case and legislation updates, weblinks, interactive self-test questions, practice assessment questions, an online glossary and key terms flashcards. For lecturers: a testbank of multiple choice questions which can be used to assess students' progress. Case Navigator powered by LexisNexis Visit ... for unique online support that helps improve case reading and analysis skills in Contract Law.The LexisNexis element of Case Navigator is only available to those who currently subscribe to LexisNexis Butterworths services. The Publishers are endeavouring to make Case Navigator available from early Summer 2007.