Carter’s Breach of Contract (2nd Hart Edition)

Carter’s Breach of Contract (2nd Hart Edition)

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Imprint: Hart Publishing

By: JW Carter

Carter's Breach of Contract is well established as the leading text on the subject in the Commonwealth, having been cited regularly and with approval by the courts in a number of jurisdictions. The work is comprehensive in relation to both English and Australian law. Moreover, by drawing on decisions in the United States, Singapore and New Zealand, the American Law Institute's Restatement of Contract, 2nd as well as the Uniform Commercial Code (US) and the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, the work has a unique comparative dimension. It will therefore be a valuable resource for scholars, practising lawyers and students of contract law.
This new edition retains the hallmark of the previous edition: its statement of the law of breach of contract in a series of articles, which codify the law as a set of brief statements of principle. These articles are also reproduced in the Appendix, and together with an extensive bibliography, index, and tables, make this the ideal first port of call for all questions relating to breach of contract.

Table Of Contents
Part I
Proof of Breach and Bases for a Right to Terminate
Chapter 1 Introduction.
Chapter 2 Failure to Perform.
Chapter 3 Bases for a Right to Terminate.
Part II
Breach of Contractual Terms
Chapter 4 Types of Contractual Terms.
Chapter 5 Breach of Condition.
Chapter 6 Breach of Terms Other than Conditions.
Part III
Repudiation and Anticipatory Breach
Chapter 7 General Principles of Repudiation and Anticipatory Breach.
Chapter 8 Repudiation and Anticipatory Breach Based on Words or Conduct
Chapter 9 Repudiation and Anticipatory Breach Based on an Inability to Perform
Part IV
Election
Chapter 10 Exercise of the Right to Terminate
Chapter 11 Continuation of Performance and Revival of the Right to Terminate
Part V
The Consequences of Termination
Chapter 12 General Principles and Enforcement of Terms
Chapter 13 Claims for Damages, Performance and Restitution