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Goode and McKendrick on Commercial Law Sixth Edition

This Sixth edition of Goode on Commercial Law has been retitled Goode and McKendrick on Commercial Law and it remains the first port of call for the modern day practitioner with its theoretical and practical coverage of commercial law in both a national and an international context.
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ISBN/ISSN: 9781474317238

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Why should you buy Goode and McKendrick on Commercial Law Sixth Edition


This Sixth edition of Goode on Commercial Law has been retitled Goode and McKendrick on Commercial Law and it remains the first port of call for the modern day practitioner with its theoretical and practical coverage of commercial law in both a national and an international context. This highly acclaimed and authoritative text, which is regularly cited by all courts from the Supreme Court downwards, combines a deep theoretical analysis of foundational principles with a practical approach in the context of typical commercial and financial transactions. It is also replete with diagrams and specimen forms covering a wide range of transactions.

Key updates for this new edition include:

  • Analysis of a number of high-profile Supreme Court decisions on aspects of commercial law (including retention of title clauses, insolvency, letters of credit and arbitration)
  • Covers Incoterms 2020 and the Business Contract Terms (Assignment of Receivables) Regulations 2018
  • The chapters on payment and money have been re-written to reflect the extensive changes that have taken place in the regulation of payment systems and the increasing reliance on electronic communications and the emergence of cryptocurrencies
  • Recent developments in commercial contract law include the principles applicable to the interpretation of contracts, the regulation of no reliance and basis clauses and the emergence of negotiating damages
  • New sections have been added on the importance of certainty in commercial law and the relationship between law and technology, particularly as it relates to cryptoassets and cryptocurrencies and electronic signatures
  • Consideration is given to the implications of Brexit for the future of commercial law