Law of Contract: Express and implied terms, conditions, warranties and innominate terms, exclusion and limitation clauses

This area of law forms one of the two areas of law available for selection.

3.8 Express and implied terms, conditions, warranties and innominate terms, exclusion and limitation clauses

 

  • Obligations under a contract: difference between representations and terms
  • Express terms: incorporation of express terms, parole evidence rule
  • Implied terms: terms implied by fact, terms implied by statute: implied terms under the Consumer Rights Act 2015, Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013
  • Exclusion clauses in both consumer and business to business contracts: incorporation of exclusion clauses, Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977
  • Other terms: conditions, warranties, innominate terms
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