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Contract Law Notes

Introduction to Contract Law Formation: Agreement, Termination, Acceptance, Consideration, Intentio...

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Contract Law notes

Concise notes on contract law (MLL111). By topic.

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MLL111 Contract - T1 - 2017

Summary of every case and the precedent it sets, so that you can answer any exam question. Every...

24 pages, 9924 words


These notes are taken from lectures by lecturer Sam Cusumano and the textbook for MLL111 in T3 2016...

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Contract Law - Distinction Notes

MLL111 CONTRACT NOTES Distinction Notes for Contract Law completed Trimester 1 2019 Only inc...

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MLL111 Contract Law Exam Notes (Full Contents Page)

Topics Include (Fully Contented): * Contract Formation * Scope and Content * Avoidance * Perform...

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Exam notes - Contract Law

These notes succinctly cover all lectures and readings from weeks 4-11 (the examinable content) in a...

76 pages, 24990 words


These are the notes I took into the exam for MLL111 in T3 2016 (last trimester). They helped me...

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Deakin Contracts MLL111

A fantastic compilation of both lecture notes, practice questions and a summary of the text-book. Th...

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Extensive notes that allowed me to get an excellent mark

These extensive notes cover everything for MLL111 with the information summarised and collated metho...

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MLL111 ambitiously attempts to span every aspect of the life-cycle of a commercial contract. Well-presented. Requires agility to keep up with the content.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Very well taught but some of the content is pretty boring

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Amazingly easy unit to study! Exam was very straight forward. Just do the unit review questions and youll pass easily

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

I really enjoyed this subject! The workload was quite massive to cover it all in full detail, but i found the content was very interesting, well organised and generally well presented. The main lecturer was excellent, really knew her stuff, and conveyed the knowledge well. My tutorial teacher was not very good unfortunately so i found it more beneficial not to bother with tutorials.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Worst experience and kick to your confidence in law school overall. The assignment was marked unreasonably and with arrogance. If their POV doesn't match your conclusion, despite adequately analysing it, you fail. So much for 'two sides in law/every case.' Teachers expect perfect responses but do not teach how to achieve it. No wonder why there is a high fail rate.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Really massive contents. Most other unis break it to Contract A and B. The unit organisation was not good. It got even worse by holidays.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Fantastic lecturer, however painful subject. Content is not terribly hard to understand when one has great notes and has stayed on top of the reading, however, the assignment was marked harshly and gives quite a kick to your confidence levels leading up to exam. Best advice is to do the review questions at the end of the textbook and practice exams and get them looked over by the teaching staff.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

it was a hard subject, but worth the knowledge

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

I did MUCH better than I thought I would (I thought I failed) but it's still not easy

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

I found this unit to be far harder than the other seven units I've studied so far. It was interesting, but it had quite a lot of difficult content and was quite intense for a commencing student. I was incredibly dissatisfied by the exam, which was riddled with mistakes, only assessed a very small portion of the content, and was marked very harshly.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016