LexisNexis Study Guide: Contract Law, 2nd edition (eBook)

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ISBN/ISSN: 9780409350302

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LexisNexis Study Guide: Contract Law is designed to assist students with the foundations for effective, systematic exam preparation and revision. Each chapter clearly identifies and explains the pertinent topics within contract law. Concise summaries of key cases and principles simplify exam study and short and concise paragraphs and bullet-pointed summaries facilitate revision and consolidate understanding of the theoretical concepts. Open-book exams are made easier with this compact and portable text. This fully revised second edition includes discussion of recent key developments in illegality, penalties and restraint of trade.


  • Assists students with effective study
  • Smplifies exam preparation
  • Provides key cases and commentary
  • Short, concise paragraphs, bullet-pointed summaries and tables improve understanding and retention

Related Titles

Butler, LexisNexis Questions and Answers: Contract Law, 6th ed, 2018
Carter, Quick Reference Card — Contract Law I & II, 2nd eds, 2015
Giancaspro & Langos, Understanding Contract Law: A Practical Guide, 2016
Thampapillai, Bozzi & Bruce, Contract Law: Text and Cases, 2nd ed, 2016


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Table of contents

  1. Overview — Contracts and Contract Law

  2. Contract Formation I — Offer, Acceptance and Consideration

  3. Contract Formation II — Intention, Capacity, Completeness and Certainty

  4. Contract Formation III — Privity, Requirement of Writing and Promissory Estoppel

  5. Vitiating Factors — Mistake, Misrepresentation, Duress, Non Est Factum, Undue Influence, Unconscionability, Misleading or Deceptive Conduct and Illegality

  6. Contract Terms — Incorporation of Terms, the Parol Evidence Rule, Classification of Terms and Interpretation and Construction

  7. Discharge of Contract — Performance, Agreement, Termination or Frustration

  8. Remedies — Damages, Specific Performance, Injunctions, Rescission, Restitution, Rectification and Declarations