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Quick reference card: Contract Law I, 2nd edition

Quick reference card: Contract Law I, 2nd edition

Carter, J W, 2015

Available Formats

Format ISBN Price
Book 9780409342819 $22.00

QRCs make ideal study aids both for classroom and exam use, and as self-teaching tools for practitioners.

 

Format: A4, 4-page, laminated card, Book

Description

Supporting LexisNexis' vision to strengthen student learning outcomes throughout and beyond their university years, Quick Reference Cards (QRCs) offer a concise summary of the topic in four to eight laminated A4 pages designed to be folded once into an easy-to-handle reference. The summary consists of the most important principles of the topic, including important legislation and cases.

 

Features

     •     Written by the leading author
     •     Written in simple propositional format
     •     Covers common law and statute
     •     Numbered propositions for all major topics
     •     Key cases identified for each topic
     •     Cross referenced to all Carter contract material
     •     Cross referenced to all Carter contract material
     •     See at a glance the cases & statutes extracted in Cases and Materials on Contract Law in Australia
     •     Includes table of contents
     •     Divided into two cards for ease of reference - buy each as you need it or buy both together

 

Related Titles
J W Carter, Quick Reference Card: Contract Law II, 2015
J W Carter, Cases and Materials on Contract Law in Australia, 6th edition, 2011

Author

J W Carter is Professor, Emeritus at the University of Sydney and a Consultant to Herbert Smith Freehills. He is also a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law.

Table of Contents

     •     Formation of contract
     •     Terms of the contract and consumer guarantees
     •     Construction of the contract
     •     Capacity to contract
     •     Privity of contract
     •     Illegality of contract

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