Casebook on contract law

Jill Poole

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Abstract

Jill Poole's best-selling Casebook on Contract Law provides a clear and well-structured explanation of the principles and rules of contract law through a comprehensive selection of case law, addressing all aspects encountered on undergraduate courses. The coverage in this new edition has been revised to incorporate all recent significant decisions and judgments made by the House of Lords and the Court of Appeal. Extracts have been chosen from a wide range of historical and contemporary cases to illustrate the reasoning processes of the court and how legal principles are developed, thus enabling cases to be analysed and discussed independently while, taken as a whole, the chapters provide a sound understanding of the modern law of contract. Succinct author commentary focuses the reader on the key elements within the extracts, while thought-provoking questions are posed throughout to develop a more in-depth appreciation of the subject. Online resource centre Student resources - Updates - Guidance on answering questions - Guidance on reading cases - Questions and answers.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationOxford (UK)
PublisherOxford University Press
Number of pages800
Edition9th
ISBN (Print)978-0-19-923352-6
Publication statusPublished - 31 Jul 2008

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Keywords

  • contract law
  • case law
  • judgments
  • House of Lords
  • Court of Appeal
  • reasoning processes
  • court
  • legal principles

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Poole, J. (2008). Casebook on contract law. (9th ed.) Oxford (UK): Oxford University Press.
Poole, Jill. / Casebook on contract law. 9th ed. Oxford (UK) : Oxford University Press, 2008. 800 p.
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