General Principles of Contract Law, Second Edition

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General Principles of Contract Law, Second Edition

Author S Santhana Dass
Publication Date Mar 2017
ISBN 9789672049234
Format
Hardcover + Ebook
Publisher Sweet & Maxwell

 

This book serves as a general textbook that covers every facet of contract law, including its formation, execution, breach, and remedies. It is especially helpful for a rapid understanding of the key concepts of Malaysian Contract Law, including the receipt of English Law, because it is presented in a straightforward and understandable manner. The remedies of particular performance and injunctions are also covered in detail.

The work is fully current and benefits from the expert knowledge of Malaysian Contract Law held by a seasoned practitioner who took the time to explain the nuances of the Malaysian stance. The solid basis this book provides will undoubtedly be of great use to lawyers, legal advisers, judicial officers, undergraduates, applicants for the Malaysian Certificate in Legal Practice, as well as foreign law graduates who have not had extensive exposure to Malaysian Contract Law.

This new version includes themes such utter failure of consideration, rescission, and unjust conditions that have undergone recent revisions and the formulation of new principles to reflect the most recent advances in contract law.

Features:

  • Uses a clear structure to make it simple to navigate the text.
  • Law statements are given in a plain manner.
  • backed by by statutory provisions, local and international case authorities, and (UK, Singapore, India and Australia).
  • The relevant legal principles are fully explained and analysed.

Table of Contents of General Principles of Contract Law, Second Edition

Chapter 1            Applicability of English Law
Chapter 2            Formation of a Contract
Chapter 3            Extrinsic Evidence, Collateral Contracts and Exemption Clauses
Chapter 4            Voidable Contracts
Chapter 5            Void Agreements
Chapter 6            Performance and Discharge
Chapter 7            Damages
Chapter 8            Specific Performance
Chapter 9            Injunctions 

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