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Extensive Contracts Topic Notes

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All topics covered in contract law at UWS; Including • Offer • Acceptance • Consideration • Intention • Certainty • Capacity* • Privity of Contract • Express Terms (i) and (ii) • Implied Terms • Consumer Contracts* • Performance and Breach • Breach, Failure of a Contingent Condition and Termination by Agreement • Repudiation • Frustration • Time Stipulations and Delay • Consequences and Restrictions • Duress* • Undue Influence* • Misrepresentation / Misleading and Deceptive Conduct • Unconscionability • Estoppel • Remedies

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Contract law Law Private law Common law Option contract Consideration in English law Offer and acceptance Contract Consideration Illusory promise Promise Estoppel in English law
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Contract law Law Private law Common law Option contract Consideration in English law Offer and acceptance Contract Consideration Illusory promise Promise Estoppel in English law
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Terms -What promises are enforced 3. Termination - Bringing contracts to an end - Breach 4. Vitiating factors - Are there things that have gone on that mean the contract isn’t enforced • Privaty – (Parties who can sue) • Estoppel – (Enforce and stop promise) Week 1 – Introduction →A contract is an agreement that is enforceable by law. →Questions contracts ask: - Have the parties reached an agreement - Is the agreement a legally valid and enforceable contract - Assuming there is a valid contract, what are the terms of the contract, what are the terms of the contract How do we determine the terms of a contract - What do the words or the terms of the contract mean - What is the nature and extent of the parties’ rights and obligations under the contract - When is the contract br...
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