Written by Anthony Arlidge QC, Alexander Milne and Polly Sprenger, the leading work on fraud guides you through the complexities of today’s fraud laws.The 4th edition brings you completely up to date with the latest principles and concepts of fraud and includes:Arlidge and Parry on Fraud:
5. Contractual Duties: Perfoemance, breach, termination and remedies
Contractual Duties: Performance, Breach, Termination and Remedies presents a high level analysis of the law relating to the termination of contracts. It offers new and authoritative insights into how to proceed when contracts are breached or break down. This is a critical area of commercial practice, at the heart of litigation about contracts. The work explores how parties to contracts are deemed to have abided by the contract, how contracts break down and the remedies available when they do. Recent case law is examined in depth.While the central focus is English contract law, this is complemented by a comparative dimension showing how other systems have different approaches, and suggesting new ideas drawn from the US, Australia and civil law systems.
6. The Law of Contract 13th ed Edwin Peel
Edwin Peel - Professor of Law and Fellow of Keble College, Oxford; Solicitor & Consultant, Clifford Chance LLP
Treitel on the Law of Contract is recognised as the most thorough and discerning treatment of contract law. It is a widely adopted textbook for students and a valuable source of reference for practitioners. This new edition provides a clear and detailed analysis of an increasingly complex area of law.
- Examines, and offers resolution to, controversial and problematic points of law
- Takes account of over 350 new cases including The Achilleas (remoteness), Chartbrook Ltd v Persimmon Homes Ltd (interpretation), OFT v Abbey National Plc (unfair terms), Attorney General of Belize Telecom Ltd (implied terms), Cobbe v Yeoman's Row Management Ltd (proprietary estoppel), and Collier v Wright (promissory estoppel)
- Covers all key legislative developments since the last edition including those resulting from the Equality Act 2010 and the bringing into force of provisions of the Companies Act 2006
The entire text has been fully updated and a number of chapters have been re-written.