The Law of Contract Fourth edition (Part of Butterworths Common Law Series) and Duncan and Neill on Defamation Third edition Set

The Law of Contract Fourth edition (Part of Butterworths Common Law Series) and Duncan and Neill on Defamation Third edition Set
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This special package enables you to purchase both The Law of Contract Fourth edition (Part of Butterworths Common Law Series) and Duncan and Neill on Defamation Third edition together at one special price.

Now in its fourth edition, The Law of Contract provides a comprehensive and authoritative treatment of all aspects of the law of contract. It differs from other texts on the topic by offering a fresh, new approach to the area. The book also provides an analysis of current issues and highlights possible future developments in the law.

Accessible and authoritative, The Law of Contract is designed specifically to meet the needs of the modern practitioner. The new edition includes coverage of consumer rights and a European contract code.

This concise treatise on defamation is both lucid and comprehensive. Statutory developments, including the implementation of the Defamation Act 1996, are incorporated and there is a full discussion of the various cases where aspects of the common law relating to defamation have been examined. Where the law is uncertain, the authors suggest a solution which in their view accords with principle. The scope of the book has been expanded to include coverage of practice and procedure whilst recent developments are fully discussed, including important Court of Appeal decisions and developing areas of practice such as human rights, data protection and the Internet.

This is the leading authority on defamation law and as such will be an essential addition to the library of all practitioners specialising in this area.

 


The Law of Contract Fourth edition Series Editor: Professor Andrew Grubb, Senior Immigration Judge, Asylum and Immigration Tribunal. General Editor: Professor Michael Furmston, University of Bristol. Contributors: John N Adams LLB, Barrister, Professor Emeritus, University of Sheffield, Adjunct Professor University of Notre Dame London Law Centre; Robert Bradgate MA (Cantab), Solicitor, Professor of Commercial Law, University of Sheffield; Roger Brownsword LLB, Professor of Law, King's College London, and Honorary Professor of Law, University of Sheffield; J W Carter BA, LLB (Syd), PhD (Cantab), Professor of Commercial Law, University of Sydney, Consultant, Freehills; Malcolm Clarke MA, LLB, PhD, Professor of Commercial Contract Law, University of Cambridge; Roger Halson LLB (Newcastle), M Litt (Oxon), Professor of Law, University of Leeds; Elizabeth MacDonald LLB (Bristol), LLM (Cantab), Professor of Law, University of Swansea; and G J Tolhurst LLM (Syd), Phd (NSW), Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Sydney, Consultant, Freehills. Duncan and Neill on Defamation Third edition by Sir Brian Neill, formerly a Lord Justice of Appeal and a Master of the Bench of the Inner Temple, 20 Essex Court Chambers; Richard Rampton QC, 1 Brick Court Chambers; Heather Rogers QC, Doughty Street Chambers; Timothy Atkinson and Aidan Eardley, 1 Brick Court Chambers

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