- Author:Richard Wincor
- Publisher:Oceana Pubns; Expanded ed edition (June 1, 1970)
- Pages:120 pages
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Series: Legal almanac series, no. 36. Hardcover: 120 pages.
Series: Legal almanac series, no.
Guides the layman in the legal definitions of contract situations and the laws applicable to specific contracts.
Select Format: Hardcover. Guides the layman in the legal definitions of contract situations and the laws applicable to specific contracts. ISBN13:9780379110685. Release Date:January 1970.
The Law Of Contracts book. The Law of Contracts. Legal almanac series, no. 36). ISBN. 0379110687 (ISBN13: 9780379110685).
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Contract law permeates our lives. We make contracts for example when we purchase food and clothing, when we book a holiday, travel by bus or rent a flat. Contracts are also vital to organizations. An Introduction to Contract Law introduces the reader to the main concepts of the law of contract, and its role in relation to the individual and to business. It is designed for both law and non-law students.
The history of contract law dates back to Ancient civilizations.
Part of the common law series. Contract is a branch of the law of obligations in jurisdictions of the civil law tradition. A contract arises when the parties agree that there is an agreement. Offer and acceptance. Contract is a branch of the law of obligations in jurisdictions of the civil law tradition A contract arises when the parties agree that there is an agreement.
A contract law for firms would differ in three major respects from current contract la. Third, the law would contain almost no mandatory rules.
A contract law for firms would differ in three major respects from current contract law. First, such a law would have far fewer default rules and standards than current contract law contains.