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The Resource Comparative contract law : cases, materials and exercises, Thomas Kadner Graziano

Comparative contract law : cases, materials and exercises, Thomas Kadner Graziano

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Comparative contract law : cases, materials and exercises
Title
Comparative contract law
Title remainder
cases, materials and exercises
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Thomas Kadner Graziano
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Subject
Language
eng
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1961-
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Kadner Graziano, Thomas
Index
no index present
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non fiction
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  • Contracts
  • Contracts
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Comparative contract law : cases, materials and exercises, Thomas Kadner Graziano
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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Contents
Preface Part A Introduction 1. Contract Law in the 21st century - the purpose of this book 2. A case-oriented and multilateral approach to the teaching, studying and learning of comparative law - the approach used in this book 3. Is it legitimate and beneficial for judges to compare? 4. An introduction to the Principles of Contract Law: the needs to which they respond and the purposes for which they are designed I. Formation of contracts 5. Case study 1: Offer or invitation to treat (Invtio ad offerendum) 6. Case study 2: Conditions for the formation of a contract – agreement or more? (cause and consideration) 7. Case study 3: Obligation to maintain an offer or freedom to revoke it 8. Case study 4: Modification of contracts – the free will of the parties or limits on the freedom to contract (consideration revisited) 9. Case study 5: The battle of forms II. Performance of contracts 10. Case study 6: Right to receive performance of a contract or just a right to receive damages 11. Case study 7: Damages and the role of the fault of the seller in the event of delivery of goods not in conformity with the contract 12. Case study 8: Change of circumstances 13. Case study 9: Contracts and the transfer of ownership in movable property III. The law applicable to cross-border contracts and the future of European contract law 14. Case study 10: The law applicable to cross-border contracts (introduction) 15. Case study 11: The future of European contract law Index
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on1084317946
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
xxxvii, 596 pages
Isbn
9781788975483
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
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  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1084317946
Label
Comparative contract law : cases, materials and exercises, Thomas Kadner Graziano
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Preface Part A Introduction 1. Contract Law in the 21st century - the purpose of this book 2. A case-oriented and multilateral approach to the teaching, studying and learning of comparative law - the approach used in this book 3. Is it legitimate and beneficial for judges to compare? 4. An introduction to the Principles of Contract Law: the needs to which they respond and the purposes for which they are designed I. Formation of contracts 5. Case study 1: Offer or invitation to treat (Invtio ad offerendum) 6. Case study 2: Conditions for the formation of a contract – agreement or more? (cause and consideration) 7. Case study 3: Obligation to maintain an offer or freedom to revoke it 8. Case study 4: Modification of contracts – the free will of the parties or limits on the freedom to contract (consideration revisited) 9. Case study 5: The battle of forms II. Performance of contracts 10. Case study 6: Right to receive performance of a contract or just a right to receive damages 11. Case study 7: Damages and the role of the fault of the seller in the event of delivery of goods not in conformity with the contract 12. Case study 8: Change of circumstances 13. Case study 9: Contracts and the transfer of ownership in movable property III. The law applicable to cross-border contracts and the future of European contract law 14. Case study 10: The law applicable to cross-border contracts (introduction) 15. Case study 11: The future of European contract law Index
Control code
on1084317946
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
xxxvii, 596 pages
Isbn
9781788975483
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)1084317946

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