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The Law of Contract in South Africa 3e

The Law of Contract in South Africa 3e
The Law of Contract in South Africa, third edition, offers a concise, accessible and rigorous introduction to the general principles of contract law in South Africa. The text presents fundamental principles within a clear and applied framework, and supports independent, enquiring and critical engagement with the subject matter. The third edition introduces a stronger focus on the impact of the Constitution upon contract law, specifically in relation to good faith, equity and public policy in contract, unfair contracts and unfair enforcement of a contract, and contains a substantially reworked chapter on contractual interpretation in light of recent<br /> developments.</p> <p>Features</p> <p> This text is renowned for its rigorous content and clear explanation, which assists readers to master the subject matter in a manner which is accessible and engaging.</p> <p> The pedagogical presentation of the text is designed to offer didactic learning value. The pedagogical design supports academic skills development, such as critical and reflective thought, and applied problem-solving.</p> <p> The text highlights the relevance and impact of the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 within the framework of the general principles of contract law, providing useful explanation for students and practitioners.</p> <p> Teaching and learning resources provide useful support, facilitating class teaching and assisting students to master the application of theory.
Written by: D. Hutchison, C. Pretorius
Published by: OUP Southern Africa
Edition: edition 1
ISBN: 9780190419820
Available in:Paperback
The Law of Contract in South Africa 3e
The Law of Contract in South Africa, third edition, offers a concise, accessible and rigorous introduction to the general principles of contract law in South Africa. The text presents fundamental principles within a clear and applied framework, and supports independent, enquiring and critical engagement with the subject matter. The third edition introduces a stronger focus on the impact of the Constitution upon contract law, specifically in relation to good faith, equity and public policy in contract, unfair contracts and unfair enforcement of a contract, and contains a substantially reworked chapter on contractual interpretation in light of recent<br /> developments.</p> <p>Features</p> <p> This text is renowned for its rigorous content and clear explanation, which assists readers to master the subject matter in a manner which is accessible and engaging.</p> <p> The pedagogical presentation of the text is designed to offer didactic learning value. The pedagogical design supports academic skills development, such as critical and reflective thought, and applied problem-solving.</p> <p> The text highlights the relevance and impact of the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 within the framework of the general principles of contract law, providing useful explanation for students and practitioners.</p> <p> Teaching and learning resources provide useful support, facilitating class teaching and assisting students to master the application of theory.
Brand: Book a book
Manufacturer: OUP Southern Africa
Model: Paperback
Product ID: 9780190419820
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