The Law of Contract in South Africa, second edition, addresses the principles and practice of contract law to provide a rigorous and engaging introduction to this area of law. Designed to build understanding and support the development of key academic skills, this text is an invaluable companion for students of contract law courses as part of the LLB. The book provides a comprehensive explanation of contract law in a concise and accessible format by integrating the common law, statutory law and constitutional perspectives. The text encourages applied, critical, and reflective learning, and the development of independent academic skills through engaging and practical pedagogical features. The second edition of The Law of Contract in South Africa includes a new chapter addressing the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008, to outline its impact and importance within contract law. The second edition also provides a useful resource for post-graduate courses and for legal practitioners wi shing to clarify new or foundational principles of the field. An expanded test bank and PowerPoint slide presentation complement the book, and are available to lecturers to support conceptualisation, enrich teaching and learning, and encourage development of research skills.
Written by: D. Hutchison, C-J. Pretorius, J. du Plessis, S. Eiselen, T. Floyd, L. Hawthorne