Advantages Easy to Read
Disadvantages Quite Expensive
|Type of Book||Mixture Theory & Examples|
|Quality of Text||High|
|Logical Layout?||Chapters in a logical order|
|Level of Difficulty||Average|
I am a first year Law degree student and have found this book extremely helpful.The recommended text on my course was very confusing and I needed something which covered all the relevant topics but explained them in an easier format.
The Book covers many areas:Agreement, Consideration, Intention to Create Legal Relations, Capacity, Formalities, Terms, Exemption Clauses, Misrep, Mistake, Duress, Illegality, Discharge, Frustration, Damages, Privity of Contract, Agency and Assignment of Contractual Rights.
I have struggled with Contract the most out of all my modules but this book really made my life easier. It explains many of the issues clearly and in 'the first person'.I paid £27.99 at Waterstones and although this is expensive I have found it to be the expected price for Law books.
Before you buy any Law book make sure it is the most up to date edition. Sometimes, even a book which is a year old will be very out of date and you will be learning old lawOverall, I would recommend this for anyone studying contract law, or for anyone who wants to know more about it.
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