This comprehensive Advanced Introduction provides an overview of contract law and contemporary contract theory. Demonstrating that an understanding of theory and policy is a vital aspect of being an effective practicing lawyer, Brian H. Bix explores the various theoretical approaches which can best explain and justify contract law, arguing for greater critical attention to the connections between contract law theory, practice, and teaching.
Concise and accessible format
Combines analysis of contract doctrine and theory
Includes detailed Restatement, UCC and case references
Analyses the strengths and weakness of a variety of theoretical approaches
Examines contract law formation, interpretation, performance, the right of duties of third persons, and remedies
The Advanced Introduction to Contract Law and Theory will be an invaluable resource for students wanting to understand contract law and its theoretical underpinnings. It will also prove an essential guide for scholars seeking an authoritative guide to current doctrine and debates in the field of contract law.
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