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An Introduction to the Law of Contract (Clarendon Law Series)
An Introduction to the Law of Contract (Clarendon Law Series) by P. S. Atiyah 0198259530 9780198259534
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An Introduction to the Law of Contract (Clarendon Law Series) by P. S. Atiyah

The last edition of this book saw a major restructuring of the whole work, and an attempt to introduce a number of new themes, in particular, to stress the resurgence of freedom of contract ideology, and to introduce some basic economic issues in contract law. In this edition, the general structure of the book has been left untouched, although the whole work has been completely updated and modernized by replacing old and outdated examples with more modern questions. The aims of the book remain unchanged: to supply a basic introduction, not merely to the law of contact, but also to theories and policies and ideas underlying the subject. In addition, the author has constantly resorted to a modern historical approach, giving the student some sense of how the law has developed over the past 100 years. Widely recognised as one of the most interesting an innovative books on contract to have been published in the last 25 years, An Introduction to the Law of Contract remains as popular with students and their teachers as it was when it was first published.

Author: P. S. Atiyah

Language: English

Edition: 5

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 504

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Publication Date: 1995-08-24

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