Law Of Contract

(a) The rules relating to the formation of agreements and to certain further requirements which must be satisfied to make agreements legally enforceable;

(b) The contents of a contract and the rules governing the validity of terms which exclude or restrict liability and unfair terms in consumer contracts;

(c) The nature and effects in a contractual context of mistake, misrepresentation, duress and undue influence;

(d) The general principle that right and duties arising under a contract can only be enforced by and against the parties to it and its main exceptions;

(e) Performance and breach, including the right to terminate for failure in performance and the effects of wrongful repudiation;

(f) Supervening events as a ground of discharge under the doctrine of frustration;

(g) Remedies for breach of contract by way of damages, action for the agreed sum, specific performance and injunction.

(h) The basis of contractual liability.

Adapted  From: The Faculty of Law University of Oxford

Categories: CIVIL

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