By M P Furmston
Cheshire, Fifoot & Furmston's legislations of Contract stands as one of many vintage textbooks on agreement legislations greater than 50 years after the book of the 1st edition.
Michael Furmston combines an authoritative account of the rules of the legislation of agreement with thought-provoking research and insights, and the readability of the narrative brings figuring out of advanced contractual concerns to a much broader readership.
each one subject is obviously signposted for ease of navigation, and the textual content includes various references to extra basic and secondary assets to take the reader even extra into the subject.
The textual content is worthwhile to scholars analyzing classes in agreement, the legislations of duties, and customary legislations and is usually used as a primary element of reference for practitioners.
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