Carter On Contract

Written by University of Sydney Professor of Law and consultant, John Carter, Carter on Contract provides a comprehensive reference to contract law, presented in a logical and detailed format that is easy to comprehend. Set out in clear chapters and written in concise English, Carter on Contract provides: full discussion of the theoretical underpinnings of contract law and a perspective on its relation to equity, tort and restitution; a clear statement of the principal rules plus an indication of where the law is heading to help you anticipate changes; identification of uncertainties in the law; sample clauses and practical examples to help draft contracts; practice points alerting you to significant practical issues; checklists to help locate drafting criteria as well as information to assist in the enforcement of contracts; and references to leading and recent cases from both Australia and overseas.

General Information
AuthorCarter, J W
Subject AreaContract
Updates2 looseleaf volumes; approx 4 updates per year; charged annually
Charging MethodAnnual
Publication Year 2001
UpdatesOnline; regularly updated; charged annually
Charging MethodAnnual
Publication Year 2002
  • Agreement
  • Terms of the Contract
  • Parties to the Contract
  • Vitiating Factors
  • Illegality
  • Performance and Breach
  • Discharge of Contract
  • Remedies

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