PRINCIPLES OF CONTRACT LAW.

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Contract: Cases and Materials, Fourteenth Ed.

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Principles of Contract Law, Sixth Ed.

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CASES AND MATERIALS ON CONTRACT LAW IN AUSTRALIA.

JOHN W. CARTER

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Contract

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LAWS5002 / LAWS1015 Complete Note/Scripts/Summary

These notes are EVERYTHING YOU NEED for the course and to do well in the exam! Includes: 1. Compl...

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Contracts notes and scaffolds

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LAWS5002/LAWS1015 CONTRACTS HIGH D PROBLEM QUESTION SCAFFOLDS FOR FINALS

Comprehensive, summarised scaffolds/ approach to problem questions prepared for 2021 Contracts Final...

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LAWS1015/LAWS5002 Course Notes D(82)

In the download file is the contract law BIBLE. The notes follow the UoS outline for Sydney Uni,...

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HD Step by Step Contract Notes to solve Problem Questions

LEGEND - Light Blue = Key principles - Pink = Case Names - Dark Blue = Legislation - Red / Bold...

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LAWS5002 & LAWS1015 Contracts - Ultimate Notes and Case Guide (HD)

Notes include: Case summaries with concise facts, principles and reasoning; detailed explanations of...

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Extremely Detailed Contract Law (I) Notes (For LAWS5002 & LAWS1015)

It is a very detailed notes for Contract I, i.e., LAWS5002 as well as LAWS1015. Meanwhile, to he...

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HD Contracts Condensed Notes + Exam Structure Scaffold

USYD CONTRACTS EXAM SCAFFOLD Covers all topics from contract formation to the contract itself and...

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Contract Law Problem-Question Answer Scaffold

This is the scaffold you need to answer any problem question in Contract Law. It lists all the esse...

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Contracts scaffold

These contract notes refer to the second half of the class. They include scaffolds on: terms, constr...

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Reviews

Part-time: Really enjoyed this course, interesting content and great lecturer

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Contract law provides the legal background for transactions involving the supply of goods and services and is, arguably the most significant means by which the ownership of property is transferred from one person to another. It vitally affects all members of the community and a thorough knowledge of contract law is essential to all practising lawyers. In the context of the law curriculum as a whole, Contracts provides background which is assumed knowledge in many other units. The aims of the course are composite in nature. The course examines the rules that regulate the creation, terms, performance, breach and discharge of a contract. Remedies and factors that may vitiate a contract such as misrepresentation are dealt with in Torts and Contracts II.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017