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Contracts Notes - Lectures, Tutorials, Cases and Textbook combined

These notes are a combination of the examinable lecture topics (recordings, not simply slides), case...

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HD 90 + (Top Mark in Assignment) LAWS104 Course Notes

Comprehensive and well explained final exam notes for LAW109 created from a range of resources: lect...

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Contracts Case List - Full Citations and One Line Summaries

A compilation of all relevant cases (~135) within in the purview of the Contracts course, broken dow...

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Comprehensive Contract notes - DISTINCTION

Very very comprehensive contract notes from the lectures by Ilija Vickovich. Topics include: -intr...

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Contract notes detailed

These notes contain the relevant legislation and cases for all contract topics taught at Macquarie U...

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Contracts Notes (Detailed with cases/legislation)

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Distinction Grade - Comprehensive Contracts Notes

Comprehensive contracts notes, including case summaries. TOPICS COVERED: - Capacity, - Requir...

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Contracts Notes Weeks 1-13

Topics cover all of weeks 1-13 of the semester from 'Classification of Contracts' all the way to Con...

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Week 1: Introduction Week 2: Agreement Week 3: Consideration Week 4: Certainty and Completene...

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Contracts Full Notes

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great subject, that any student can ace successfully as long as he completes all the assignments appropriately and the final exam

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

I really enjoyed contracts. Never fall behind on lectures it is extremely hard to catch up. I did readings but most of the content is covered in the lectures. In Ilija's tutorials, the exams are structured almost identically to how he presents the hypotheticals so take good notes because you can use them in the exams. I found that the most useful way to study was by writing first the concept then exceptions. Past papers can be useful as essay questions are often repeated however I would advise people to attempt to learn the content rather than do past papers once you have learnt to structure an argument. Despite being open book there is little time for scrolling through pages if you don't know your notes well and the section in which the content is found.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

I absolutely loved contracts! The lecturer/tutor was very engaging and explained everything in an easy manner. There were a lot of readings for the course and although it is difficult to keep up with the readings, I would definitely recommend reading the textbook! The Course was very well-structured and classes focused on developing the skills required for the exam.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Ilija Vickovich is an amazing Lecturer in both Contracts and Evidence Law. He thoroughly explains concepts in a very easy-to-understand manner, which is extremely helpful in such black-letter law subjects. This website also helped me grasp an understanding of basic contract law concepts --> survivinglaw.com

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

I found this unit very interesting and engaging. Lots of the cases are fascinating. The key to enjoying this unit is keeping up to date with your readings as it is very content heavy.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Interesting unit. Lots of readings.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

I found that you really need to read the textbook in order to gain a solid understanding of this subject. Ilja skips over a lot of core cases he has on the slides and this leaves holes in your notes. It's definitely best to have access to the textbooks. They also marked extremely hard for this subject and a lot of people were disappointed in their marks. I would make sure you keep up to date with your notes and try and pay attention in tutorials.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Loved this class, really easy to follow

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Ilija is a great convenor. Makes everything clear and concise, especially when the textbook material is dense and confusing. Keep on top of readings, practice lots of problem questions. Liza is a great tutor, albeit she often runs over time in lectures and her strict teaching style can be rather scary. However, she gives great answers to the problem questions and advice for excelling in the exam.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

From a distance student's perspective the unit was very interesting, lectures were great, the on campus session was well taught. But after the on campus session you are on your own. It is a shame that distance students are so badly supported at Macquarie.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015