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Commercial Law has established itself in the market as the leading text for undergraduate and postgraduate students of commercial law. The new edition continues the emphasis on aspects of "good faith" and the protection of reasonable expectations as key emerging themes, but also focuses on the emergent theme of internationalization, with particular reference to the moves to develop a "European" contract law.
Robert Bradgate has been at Sheffield since 1989. He was awarded the title of Reader in Commercial Law in 1997 in October 2001. He has practised as a solicitor before commencing his academic career at Nottingham Trent University. His interests cover a wide range of aspects of contract and commercial law and he has written widely on both subjects.
Table of Contents
|The Legal Framework|
|The Nature and Sources of Commercial Law|
|Principles of Contract Law|
|Arranging The Transaction: The Law Of Agency|
|The Authority of the Agent|
|Relations with Third Parties|
|Principal and Agent|
|The Sale and Supply of Goods|
|Background to the Sale of Goods Act|
|The Contract of Sale and the Classification of Transactions|
|Duties of the Parties|
|The Condition of the Goods and Statutory Implied Terms|
|The Buyer's Remedies|
|Manufacturers and Product Liability|
|The Duty to Pass a Good Title|
|The Passing of Property|
|Risk, Mistake and Frustration|
|The Conflicts of Sale Transactions|
|Buyer's Duties and Seller's Remedies|
|Contracts for the Supply of Services|
|Financing The Transaction|
|Financing the Transaction|
|Credit and Security|
|The Regulation of Credit|
|Control of Credit Agreements|
|Money and the Transfer of Obligations|
|Bills of Exchange|
|Banks and Their Customers|
|Bank Payment Orders|
|The Nature and Structure of International Trade|
|Bills of Lading and Contracts of Carriage|
|International Sale Contracts|
|Financing International Trade|
|Protecting The Transaction|
|Resolution of Commercial Disputes|
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