Cases on the Law of Contract
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This book gives a brief but clear exposition of the Goods Act 1893 which still provides the basis for the present law and explains the interpretation that has been placed on each section. It also relates the Act to the general law of Contract. There is useful Introduction in two parts, the first of which deals with the general principles of Contract as applied to the law of Sale, while the second coves international contracts of sale. A section by section exposition of the Sale of Goods Act 1893 then follows, and this material is conveniently divided into six parts: Formation of Contract; Effects of the Contract; Performance of the Contract; Rights of Unpaid Seller Against the Goods; Actions for Breach of the Contract; and Supplementary which deals with such matters as exclusion of implied terms and conditions, reasonable time, and auction sales.