The Law of Contract (General Priniciples of Law)

The Law of Contract (General Principles of Law).


Formation of a Contract: including offer and acceptance; Intention to create legal relationships; form; legality and contracts in restraint of trade; consideration; consensus ad idem and capacity.

Vitiating Factors: including duress, undue influence; mistake and misrepresentation.

Terms of a Contract: including express terms with particular reference to exemption clauses; implied terms with particular reference to the sale of goods and the supply of services; conditions and warranties.

Discharge of Contractual Obligations: including discharge by performance; discharge by Agreement; discharge by Breach and Frustration.

Remedies for Breach: including the difference between common law and equitable remedies; damages; rescission; specific performance and injunction.

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