Publication Date: November 10, 2016
Binding: Kobo eBook
Contract Law Notez is part of series of books which have been created to assist in the understand, application and remembering a subject. This book is suitable for all studying contract law at undergraduate level, including law degrees, ILEX, CLC, A Level, GCSE and other courses where contract law forms part of the course. Those seeking employment in the legal sector or employment where a knowledge of contract law along with business people engaged in making contracts will also find this book of use.
The books are not intended to replace text books or lecturer notes but have been created to fit alongside and complement them. Applying the subject to situations which are frequently encountered in everyday life has long been recognized as an efficient method of assisting the learning process and was specificaly recommended by the American educational expert David Kolb in his works on Experiential learning.
Suggestions are provided on how readers could use and apply case law, 37 different contract law cases are explored to demonstrate how each can be used in several different ways when answering examination questions, for example there are at least seven areas where the case of Balfour v Balfour can be used as authority.
The book features a 'remembrancer' to assist in remembering key definitions and case law.
The methods used have been tried and tested by the author for over three decades of teaching law on both academic and professional courses.
The topics covered in this book form the core element of contract law and include:
intention to create legal relations,
Guidance is provided on how to forensically examine facts and find solutions to legal problems.