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Title: Understanding Contract Law, 8th Edition
ISBN: 9780409326833
Format: BC
Edition: 8
Authors: Khoury & Yamouni
Pub. Date: 20091207
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
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The latest cases and legislative changes in contract law

Understanding Contract Law includes the latest cases in legislative changes with clear discussions to illustrate the main issues, helping to make Contract Law accessible to readers.

Important Features:
· Flow charts
· Suggestions for further reading
· Self-test questions
· Glossary of terms
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Title: LexisNexis Case Summaries: Contracts, 7th edition
ISBN: 9780409327823
Format: BC
Edition: 7
Authors: Smith
Pub. Date: 20110915
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Haven't studied as much as you should have? Need to look at case summaries? Want to take something into an exam?

LexisNexis Case Summaries provide a concise summary of the key cases in each aspect of law.

The new design of this popular text highlights the facts, issue and decision in each case so that the principles can be readily understood and memorised. The cases have been selected to align with current teaching for each subject. An excellent study resource for students and a great quick reference for anyone wanting to understand case law.

Titles in this series include:

· Administrative Law
· Business Law
· Constitutional Law
· Contracts
· Criminal Law
· Evidence
· Family Law
· Real Property
· Sports Law
· Succession
· Tax
· Torts
· Trusts


Title: Focus: Contract Law, 4th Edition
ISBN: 9780409329186
Format: BC
Edition: 4
Authors: Wiseman , Backstrom & Trowse
Pub. Date: 20111207
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Click here to read the review first published in Ethos - ACT Law Society Journal September 2013 - Issue 229.

The fourth edition of Focus: Contract Law is designed to assist students to develop a greater understanding of contract law by identifying and explaining the key areas of study. Using a straightforward, structured approach and written in plain English, the authors help demystify even the most complex of legal concepts. The Focus series has a particular emphasis on problem-solving, providing the reader with numerous opportunities to develop critical thinking skills and to practise answering legal problem questions.

Features
· Extensive pedagogy enhances the learning experience by guiding students through core concepts and building their problem solving skills
· Clear explanation of core concepts ensures that students understand the fundamental principles before moving on to more advanced understanding
· Each chapter builds upon prior learning and reinforcement of key principles, providing a constructivist learning approach
· Problem solving checklists help students focus their attention on key areas to address when applying their knowledge to a problem
· Worked problems with answer plans step students through problem based learning and develop their skills for exams



Title: Australian Cases on Contract 2009 Edition
ISBN: 9780957794193
Format: BC
Edition: 2009
Authors: Ellinghaus
Pub. Date: 20090219
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This book contains the most up-to-date and comprehensive selection available of Australian cases on contract law. It contains all modern decisions of the High Court in this field, and a substantial selection of cases from other courts.

The 2009 edition includes 4 new decisions of the High Court, as well as other important new decisions delivered by Australian courts in the past year.

The book differs from other casebooks in a number of ways:



Title: LexisNexis Glance Card: Contract Law at a Glance
ISBN: 9780409340785
Format: BC
Edition: 1
Authors: Croese
Pub. Date: 20150317
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The first of its kind, LexisNexis Glance Cards are dynamic and easy-to-use cards that cover the major core subject areas of law, including Criminal, Contract, Property, Trusts, Equity, Corporations, Constitutional, Administrative, Evidence and Torts Law. Highly designed, each card captures the essence of each core subject offering a roadmap to problem questions using notes, flowcharts and eye-catching lists. Written by law professionals and teachers, Glance Cards are an ideal reference tool for both students and practitioners.



Title: Electronic Contracts, 2nd edition
ISBN: 9780409340747
Format: BC
Edition: 1
Authors: Blount
Pub. Date: 20150728
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
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In this new edition, Dr Blount continues his scholarly and very valuable contribution to this emerging area of the law. The significance of a text like this, that synthesises the law and categorises issues that arise in an area vital to our daily lives, cannot be understated.

From the foreword to the first editon by In his forward to the book, the Honourable Justice Steven Rares J.

This book identifies issues of contract law that are uniquely problematic for electronic contracts, such as whether clicking an ‘I agree’ box is really an acceptance of the terms of a contract, whether acceptance of an offer by email or text message attracts the postal acceptance rule, whether notice of terms can be given by hyperlink, and whether a term of ‘fit for purpose’ can be implied at common law for the download of software. In addition to considering the when, where and how of electronic contract formation and the incorporation and vitiation of webpage terms, the book analyses a large number of important common law appellate and superior court decisions to predict the likely law of electronic contracts for all common law jurisdictions, including Australia.

Expanded to cover the new developments in this area this second edition includes a new chapter on international conventions and model laws.

This book will be of immeasurable assistance to legal practitioners litigating and drafting electronic contracts, as well as to practitioners, academics, and students interested in the legal problems arising from the new information technologies.

 

Features

     •     Detailed and scholarly coverage of the topic
     •     Applies a comparative approach
     •     Author considers over 250 common law electronic contract cases at appellate level

 

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Seddon and Ellinghaus, Cheshire and Fifoot’s Law of Contract, 10th ed 2012
George et al, Social Media and the Law, 2014


Title: Carter’s Guide to Australian Contract Law, 3rd edition
ISBN: 9780409342871
Format: BC
Edition: 3
Authors: Carter
Pub. Date: 20151209
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This book illustrates particular issues by reference to decided cases (including case studies), hypotheticals and sample contracts. Written by leading contract law author, Professor John Carter, this book is clear, concise and user-friendly, making contract law easy to understand and apply. It simplifies difficult cases, is logically structured, fully footnoted and has a comprehensive index. Updated to take account of decisions of the High Court in areas of construction, damages, penalties, unconscionable conduct and terms implied in law.

Features and Benefits

• 'How to' chapter devoted to a discussion of how to draft a contract, answer exam questions, etc
• Glossary of contract terms
• Sample contracts
• End of chapter 'quick quizzes' to reinforce student learning
• Detailed problems on every chapter and worked solutions are included in the book



Title: Understanding Contract Law a practical guide
ISBN: 9780409344141
Format: BC
Edition: 1
Authors: Giancaspro & Langos
Pub. Date: 20161107
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Understanding Contract Law – a practical guide is an introductory-level text designed for students in disciples such as business or construction who need to understand contract law. It provides a concise overview of the Australian contract law system and illustrates how legal principles are applied in transactions. The authors present an authoritative but practical and readable text with no assumed knowledge of law.

 

Features
• Includes practical information on contract administration
• No assumed knowledge of law
• Strong pedagogy to assist learning

 

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Butler, LexisNexis Questions & Answers – Contract Law, 5th ed, 2014
Coggins, Davie, Earls & Evans, Understanding Construction Law, 2016
Mellick & Newlyn, LexisNexis Study Guide – Contract Law, 2015
Viglianti, Understanding Real Property Law, 2015



Title: Cheshire & Fifoot Law of Contract, 11th Australian edition
ISBN: 9780409343960
Format: BC
Edition: 11
Authors: Seddon & Bigwood
Pub. Date: 20170926
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Successive editions of Cheshire & Fifoot have established this work as a definitive Australian text, developed from its roots in the English version over 50 years ago. The 11th Australian edition continues the tradition of meticulous examination and re-examination of every aspect of the law of contract, and related areas such as estoppel, restitution and statutory misleading conduct, as developed by the Australian courts and legislatures. Although written to meet the needs of practitioners, it also provides a sound and accessible basis for academic study and further research. The authors focus principally on Australian appeal-court decisions, with an intermingling of single-judge decisions that provide important insights.

Important new cases are discussed in relation to all aspects of the relevant law and, in particular, in the following areas:

  • contract interpretation and admissibility of evidence
  • penalties doctrine
  • proportionate liability
  • estoppel
  • statutory misleading conduct
  • extra-territorial operation of misleading conduct
  • advocate’s immunity and misleading conduct
  • best endeavours
  • identification of the parties
  • informal contracting
  • investment schemes and trusts
  • mistake
  • assignment
  • attributing knowledge to a corporation
  • performance bonds and attempts to stop them
  • issues raised by the use of electronic contracts, email and the internet
  • good faith
  • equitable and statutory unconscionablility
  • implied terms
  • change-of-position defence for recipients of mistaken payments

Related Titles

Barker & Grantham, Unjust Enrichment, 2nd ed, 2018, ISBN 9780409344981
Butler, LexisNexis Questions & Answers: Contract Law, 5th ed, 2015, ISN 9780409339017
Mellick & Newlyn, LexisNexis Study Guide: Contract Law, 2015, ISBN 9780409340372
Radan, Gooley & Vickovich, Principles of Australian Contract Law, 4th ed, 2018, ISBN 9780409345438



Title: Cheshire & Fifoot Law of Contract, 11th Australian edition (Hardback)
ISBN: 9780409343977
Format: BB
Edition: 11
Authors: Seddon & Bigwood
Pub. Date: 20170922
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
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Successive editions of Cheshire & Fifoot have established this work as a definitive Australian text, developed from its roots in the English version over 50 years ago. The 11th Australian edition continues the tradition of meticulous examination and re-examination of every aspect of the law of contract, and related areas such as estoppel, restitution and statutory misleading conduct, as developed by the Australian courts and legislatures. Although written to meet the needs of practitioners, it also provides a sound and accessible basis for academic study and further research. The authors focus principally on Australian appeal-court decisions, with an intermingling of single-judge decisions that provide important insights.

Important new cases are discussed in relation to all aspects of the relevant law and, in particular, in the following areas:

  • contract interpretation and admissibility of evidence
  • penalties doctrine
  • proportionate liability
  • estoppel
  • statutory misleading conduct
  • extra-territorial operation of misleading conduct
  • advocate’s immunity and misleading conduct
  • best endeavours
  • identification of the parties
  • informal contracting
  • investment schemes and trusts
  • mistake
  • assignment
  • attributing knowledge to a corporation
  • performance bonds and attempts to stop them
  • issues raised by the use of electronic contracts, email and the internet
  • good faith
  • equitable and statutory unconscionablility
  • implied terms
  • change-of-position defence for recipients of mistaken payments

Related Titles

Barker & Grantham, Unjust Enrichment, 2nd ed, 2018, ISBN 9780409344981
Butler, LexisNexis Questions & Answers: Contract Law, 5th ed, 2015, ISN 9780409339017
Mellick & Newlyn, LexisNexis Study Guide: Contract Law, 2015, ISBN 9780409340372
Radan, Gooley & Vickovich, Principles of Australian Contract Law, 4th ed, 2018, ISBN 9780409345438



Title: Contract Law in Australia, 7th edition
ISBN: 9780409348316
Format: BC
Edition: 7
Authors: Carter
Pub. Date: 20180209
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
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Contract Law in Australia, 7th edition provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of contract law in Australia. The authoritative analysis includes detailed discussion of contract formation, terms, parties, vitiating factors, illegality, performance and breach, and termination. An emphasis on the remedial side of contract law, the easy to follow format, the book’s regular citation in the courts, copious references to secondary sources and a detailed index all combine to make it the ideal work on contract law for students and practitioners alike.

The seventh edition continues the clear and concise style that has made previous editions so successful. All chapters have been revised to cover developments since the sixth edition. Chapter 2 (‘Default Rules, Commercial Construction and Good Faith’) is entirely new and Chapter 12 (‘Construction Principles’) has been substantially rewritten. Many other chapters have been restructured within a logical and coherent framework. Important cases discussed include High Court decisions such as Paciocco v Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (penalties), Electricity Generation Corporation v Woodside Energy Ltd (reasonable endeavours) and Commonwealth Bank of Australia v Barker (implied terms). Legislative changes such as the extension of the unfair contract terms regimes to ‘small business contracts’ are also addressed.

Features

  • Authoritative and experienced author
  • Comprehensive coverage
  • Clear layout and design
  • Covers contracts under the Australian Consumer Law

Related Titles

Carter, Cases and Materials on Contract Law in Australia, 6th edition, 2011
Carter, Carter’s Guide to Australian Contract Law, 3rd ed., 2015
Carter, Carter’s Breach of Contract, 2011
Carter, Quick Reference Card — Contract Law I, 2nd ed, 2015
Carter, Quick Reference Card — Contract Law II, 2nd ed, 2015
Mason, Carter & Tolhurst, Mason & Carter’s Restitution Law in Australia, 3rd ed, 2016



Title: Contract Law in Australia, 7th edition (Hardback)
ISBN: 9780409348323
Format: BB
Edition: 7
Authors: Carter
Pub. Date: 20180406
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
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Contract Law in Australia, 7th edition provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of contract law in Australia. The authoritative analysis includes detailed discussion of contract formation, terms, parties, vitiating factors, illegality, performance and breach, and termination. An emphasis on the remedial side of contract law, the easy to follow format, the book’s regular citation in the courts, copious references to secondary sources and a detailed index all combine to make it the ideal work on contract law for students and practitioners alike.

The seventh edition continues the clear and concise style that has made previous editions so successful. All chapters have been revised to cover developments since the sixth edition. Chapter 2 (‘Default Rules, Commercial Construction and Good Faith’) is entirely new and Chapter 12 (‘Construction Principles’) has been substantially rewritten. Many other chapters have been restructured within a logical and coherent framework. Important cases discussed include High Court decisions such as Paciocco v Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (penalties), Electricity Generation Corporation v Woodside Energy Ltd (reasonable endeavours) and Commonwealth Bank of Australia v Barker (implied terms). Legislative changes such as the extension of the unfair contract terms regimes to ‘small business contracts’ are also addressed.

Features

  • Authoritative and experienced author
  • Comprehensive coverage
  • Clear layout and design
  • Covers contracts under the Australian Consumer Law

Related Titles

Carter, Cases and Materials on Contract Law in Australia, 6th edition, 2011
Carter, Carter’s Guide to Australian Contract Law, 3rd ed., 2015
Carter, Carter’s Breach of Contract, 2011
Carter, Quick Reference Card — Contract Law I, 2nd ed, 2015
Carter, Quick Reference Card — Contract Law II, 2nd ed, 2015
Mason, Carter & Tolhurst, Mason & Carter’s Restitution Law in Australia, 3rd ed, 2016



Title: LexisNexis Questions and Answers: Contract Law, 6th edition
ISBN: 9780409348118
Format: BC
Edition: 6
Authors: Butler
Pub. Date: 20180828
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
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LexisNexis Questions and Answers — Contract Law is designed to facilitate both continuous review and preparation for examinations.

LexisNexis Questions and Answers — Contract Law provides an understanding of contract law and gives a clear and systematic approach to analysing and answering problem and exam questions. Each chapter commences with a summary of the relevant law and identification of the key issues. Each question is followed by a suggested answer plan, a sample answer and comments on how the answer might be assessed by an examiner. The author also offers advice on common errors to avoid and practical hints and tips on how to achieve higher marks.

The sixth edition has been revised and updated to include the latest case law and legislation.

Features

  • Helps students revise key areas before attempting problem questions
  • assists students understand how to structure written responses to essay and problem assessment tasks
  • Assist students with effective exam study preparation

Related Titles

Carter, Carter’s Guide to Australian Contract Law, 3rd ed, 2015
Giancaspro & Langos, Understanding Contract Law, 2016
Mellick & Newlyn, LexisNexis Study Guide: Contract Law, 2015
Smith, LexisNexis Case Summaries — Contracts, 7th ed, 2011
Thampapillai, Bozzi & Bruce, Contract Law: Text and Cases, 2016



Title: Carter’s Breach of Contract, 2nd edition
ISBN: 9780409348354
Format: BB
Edition: 2
Authors: Carter
Pub. Date: 20181115
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Carter’s Breach of Contract provides comprehensive guidance on the proof and consequences of breach, through detailed discussion and analysis of both English and Australian law. It is the leading text in the Commonwealth on the law of breach of contract, being regularly cited by the courts, including the High Court of Australia. The second edition is fully revised and updated to include key developments since the publication of the seminal first edition.

Features

  • Authoritative discussion
  • Comprehensive guidance
  • Extensive bibliography
  • Detailed index

Related Titles

Carter, Contract Law in Australia, 7th ed, 2018
Carter, Cases and Materials on Contract Law in Australia, 6th ed, 2011
Carter, Carter’s Guide to Australian Contract Law, 3rd ed, 2015
Carter, Quick Reference Card — Contract Law I, 2nd ed, 2015
Carter, Quick Reference Card — Contract Law II, 2nd ed, 2015
Mason, Carter & Tolhurst, Mason & Carter’s Restitution Law in Australia, 3rd ed, 2016



Title: Cases and Materials on Contract Law in Australia, 7th edition
ISBN: 9780409343120
Format: BC
Edition: 7
Authors: Carter
Pub. Date: 20190228
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
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Cases and Materials on Contract Law in Australia is an outstanding resource offers explanatory commentary on the key principles of contract law and carefully selected extracts from leading cases, relevant legislation and secondary sources. It aligns with all Australian contract law units, covering 40 topics in the areas of Agreement, Terms of the Contract, Parties to the Contract, Vitiating Factors, Illegality, Performance and Breach, Termination for Breach, Termination by Frustration, and Remedies.

Chapters are structured to develop a strong understanding of each topic, providing clear statements of essential concepts and their relationship to other contractual principles and definitions of relevant legal terms. The author explains the facts and pertinent issues of both principal and illustrative cases, what to look for in a decision and how each issue is resolved. Each topic offers discussion of reform and further reading suggestions. Additional problem questions with worked answers are included.

The seventh edition of this work has been extensively revised. Commentary, case extracts and materials are updated to reflect developments in case law and legislation, such as Commonwealth Bank of Australia v Barker (2014); Mount Bruce Mining Pty Ltd v Wright Prospecting Pty Ltd (2015) and Thorne v Kennedy (2017). There are new materials on good faith and contract construction. New case extracts include:

  • Equuscorp Pty Ltd v Haxton (2012)
  • Electricity Generation Corp v Woodside Energy Ltd (2014)
  • Paciocco v Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (2016)

This case book is an ideal teaching tool, both as a standalone text and as a companion work to Contract Law in Australia or Carter’s Guide to Australian Contract Law.

Features

  • Offers directed learning in a complete resource
  • Authoritative author
  • Clear and reliable commentary
  • Edited extracts from primary & secondary resources
  • Supports learning of fundamental concepts
  • Develops case analysis technique
  • Aligns with Australian contract law units of study

Related Titles

Carter, Contract Law in Australia, 7th ed, 2018
Carter, Carter’s Guide to Australian Contract Law, 3rd ed, 2016
Carter, Carter’s Breach of Contract, 2nd ed, 2018



Title: LexisNexis Study Guide: Contract Law, 2nd edition
ISBN: 9780409350296
Format: BC
Edition: 2
Authors: Mellick & Newlyn
Pub. Date: 20190826
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LexisNexis Study Guide: Contract Law is designed to assist students with the foundations for effective, systematic exam preparation and revision. Each chapter clearly identifies and explains the pertinent topics within contract law. Concise summaries of key cases and principles simplify exam study and short and concise paragraphs and bullet-pointed summaries facilitate revision and consolidate understanding of the theoretical concepts. Open-book exams are made easier with this compact and portable text. This fully revised second edition includes discussion of recent key developments in illegality, penalties and restraint of trade.

Features

  • Assists students with effective study
  • Smplifies exam preparation
  • Provides key cases and commentary
  • Short, concise paragraphs, bullet-pointed summaries and tables improve understanding and retention

Related Titles

Butler, LexisNexis Questions and Answers: Contract Law, 6th ed, 2018
Carter, Quick Reference Card — Contract Law I & II, 2nd eds, 2015
Giancaspro & Langos, Understanding Contract Law: A Practical Guide, 2016
Thampapillai, Bozzi & Bruce, Contract Law: Text and Cases, 2nd ed, 2016



Cheshire & Fifoot Law of Contract, 11th Australian edition

Authoritative and comprehensive coverage of Australian contract law

Australian Cases on Contract 2009 Edition

This book contains the most up-to-date and comprehensive selection available of Australian cases on contract law. It contains all modern decisions of the High Court in this field, and a substantial selection of cases from other courts.



Title: Quick Reference Card: Contract Law I, 3rd edition
ISBN: 9780409352177
Format: BC
Edition: 2020
Authors: J W Carter
Pub. Date: 20200303
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
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Quick Reference Card: Contract Law I, written by Emeritus Professor John Carter, clearly yet authoritatively summarises important principles, cases and legislation relating to contract law in Australia. It is complemented by the companion Quick Reference Card Contract Law II to together cover all the major topics in this complex area.

This card includes the formation of contract, terms of the contract and consumer guarantees, construction of the contract, capacity to contract, privity of contract and illegality of contract. Its companion card Contract Law II covers vitiating factors, performance and breach of contract, discharge for breach, discharge by frustration, damages, recovery of sums fixed by the contract, restitution and specific performance and injunction.

The Quick Reference Card makes an ideal study aid both for classroom and exam use and is an excellent tool for practitioners needing a ready-reference on contract law in Australia. The laminated A4 pages are designed to be folded into an easy-to-handle reference.

Features

  • Quick, easy and clear access to key principles
  • Written by the leading author
  • Simple propositional format
  • Covers common law and statute
  • Numbered propositions for all major topics
  • Key cases identified
  • Cross referenced to all Carter contract material
  • See at a glance the cases & statutes extracted in Cases and Materials on Contract Law in Australia
  • Divided into two cards for ease of reference - buy each as you need it or buy both together

Related Titles

Carter, Quick Reference Card: Contract II, 3rd ed, 2020
Carter, Contract Law in Australia, 7th ed, 2018
Carter, Carter’s Guide to Australian Contract Law, 3rd ed, 2016
Carter, Carter’s Breach of Contract, 2nd ed, 2018
Carter, Cases & Materials on Contract Law in Australia, 7th ed, 2019
Mason, Carter & Tolhurst, Mason & Carter’s Restitution Law in Australia, 3rd ed, 2016



Title: Quick Reference Card: Contract Law II, 3rd edition
ISBN: 9780409352184
Format: BC
Edition: 2020
Authors: J W Carter
Pub. Date: 20200409
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
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Quick Reference Card: Contract Law II, written by Emeritus Professor John Carter, clearly yet authoritatively summarises important principles, cases and legislation relating to contract law in Australia. It is complemented by the companion Quick Reference Card Contract Law I to together cover all the major topics in this complex area.

This card includes vitiating factors, performance and breach of contract, discharge for breach, discharge by frustration, damages, recovery of sums fixed by the contract, restitution and specific performance and injunction. Its companion card Contract Law I covers the formation of contract, terms of the contract and consumer guarantees, construction of the contract, capacity to contract, privity of contract and illegality of contract.

The Quick Reference Card makes an ideal study aid both for classroom and exam use and is an excellent tool for practitioners needing a ready-reference on contract law in Australia. The laminated A4 pages are designed to be folded into an easy-to-handle reference.

Features

  • Quick, easy and clear access to key principles
  • Written by the leading author
  • Simple propositional format
  • Covers common law and statute
  • Numbered propositions for all major topics
  • Key cases identified
  • Cross referenced to all Carter contract material
  • See at a glance the cases & statutes extracted in Cases and Materials on Contract Law in Australia
  • Divided into two cards for ease of reference - buy each as you need it or buy both together

Related Titles

Carter, Quick Reference Card: Contract I, 3rd ed, 2020
Carter, Contract Law in Australia, 7th ed, 2018
Carter, Carter’s Guide to Australian Contract Law, 3rd ed, 2016
Carter, Carter’s Breach of Contract, 2nd ed, 2018
Carter, Cases & Materials on Contract Law in Australia, 7th ed, 2019
Mason, Carter & Tolhurst, Mason & Carter’s Restitution Law in Australia, 3rd ed, 2016



Title: The Loan Book
ISBN: 9780409352665
Format: BC
Edition: 1
Authors: P Agardy
Pub. Date: 20200717
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The Loan Book is a specialist text specifically dealing with loans and is intended as a handbook for lawyers, accountants and members of the commercial community. Loans are an everyday occurrence in life and in business. The implications are not always well understood. The author presents a helpful and concise commentary on aspects of loans, including when they are repayable at common law and what considerations come into play in deciding whether a payment is a loan or a gift.

Features

• Specialist text specifically dealing with loans
• Clear and concise commentary
• Authoritative author
• Practical and accessible

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Title: Principles of Australian Contract Law, 5th edition
ISBN: 9780409351637
Format: BC
Edition: 5
Authors: J Gooley; P Radan; I Vickovich
Pub. Date: 20201030
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
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Principles of Australian Contract Law is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to understand and apply relevant contractual principles to the resolution of issues in this area of study. Written in an accessible style, it introduces and discusses key concepts with a focus on pertinent case law and legislation. The explanatory approach will help students to develop their analytical and problem-solving skills necessary for successful legal practice. The book has a logical structure that makes it easy to navigate between topics. Concepts covered include:

• History and theory
• Formation of a contract
• Terms of a contract
• Vitiating factors
• Discharge
• Illegality
• Remedies based on contract
• Other bases of relief, including equitable and statutory
• Third party rights

The fifth edition has been fully revised and updated to include recent developments and is suitable for standalone use or with the companion casebook, Gooley, Radan & Vickovich, Principles of Australian Contract Law: Cases and Materials.

Features

• Explanatory approach and accessible style assist student understanding
• Logical structure makes the book easy to navigate between topics
• Designed to support single semester courses

Related Titles

Gooley, Radan & Vickovich, Principles of Australian Contract Law: Cases and Materials, 5th ed, 2021
Butler, LexisNexis Questions & Answers: Contract Law, 6th ed, 2018
Mellick & Newlyn, LexisNexis Study Guide: Contract Law, 2nd ed, 2019



Title: Principles of Australian Contract Law: Cases and Materials, 5th edition
ISBN: 9780409351613
Format: BC
Edition: 5
Authors: J Gooley; P Radan; I Vickovich
Pub. Date: 20201110
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
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In Principles of Australian Contract Law: Cases and Materials, the authors draw together the key decisions and relevant legislation that illustrate the development of legal principles underpinning Australian contract law. Cases are carefully selected, edited, and cross-referenced to the companion textbook, Principles of Australian Contract Law, to promote a deep understanding of the subject. Each case extract includes a summary of the most important elements — court, facts, issue, and decision — and helpful comments to assist readers to understand why that case is important and the principle to be drawn from the decision. Relevant secondary sources are also included to expand critical thinking on many topics.

The fifth edition of this text has been fully revised to ensure alignment with current teaching. New case extracts include:

Meehan v Jones (1982) 149 CLR 571
Pipikos v Trayans (2018) 265 CLR 522
Thorne v Kennedy (2017) 263 CLR 85
Australian Securities and Investments Commission v Kobelt (2019) 368 ALR 1
One Step (Support) Ltd v Morris-Garner [2019] AC 649
Simic v New South Wales Land and Housing Corporation (2016) 260 CLR 85
Times Travel (UK) Ltd v Pakistan International Airlines Corporation [2019] 3 WLR 445
MWB Business Exchange Centres Ltd v Rock Advertising Ltd [2019] AC 119
Mann v Paterson Constructions Pty Ltd (2019) 373 ALR 1

Together with its companion textbook, Gooley, Radan and Vickovich, Principles of Australian Contract Law, this text makes an ideal resource for students, practitioners, and anyone wishing to understand this complex area of law.

Features

• Cases are carefully selected and edited for relevance
• Cases are preceded by an introduction to the key concept, putting the principles into context
• Chapter order identical to the companion textbook Principles of Australian Contract Law for easy cross-reference

Related Titles

• Gooley, Radan & Vickovich, Principles of Australian Contract Law, 5th ed, 2021
• Butler, LexisNexis Questions & Answers: Contract Law, 6th ed, 2018
• Mellick & Newlyn, LexisNexis Study Guide: Contract Law, 2nd ed, 2019



Title: Contract Law: Text and Cases, 3rd edition
ISBN: 9780409351262
Format: BC
Edition: 3
Authors: D Thampapillai; A Bruce
Pub. Date: 20210209
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
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RRP: $133.00
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Contract Law: Text and Cases combines comprehensive academic commentary with extracts from key cases in a single volume. It provides students with the essential knowledge and skills in contract law to succeed in a law degree and in professional practice. The text is supplemented with review questions, problem-solving practice, and key points for revision.

The third edition has been revised and updated to include recent developments in case law and legislation, including:

• A detailed overview of recent developments in the doctrine of unconscionable conduct

• A detailed discussion of the differing views amongst Australian courts on contract construction
• Coverage of recent cases on implied terms, illegality, undue influence and consideration
• Key updates on estoppel

Features

• Clear accessible analysis supported by key case extracts
• Student-friendly and easy to navigate
• Overviews for each chapter provide clear introduction to each topic
• Review questions to consolidate learning
• Problem solving questions with worked answers

Related Titles

• Butler, LexisNexis Questions and Answers: Contract Law, 6th ed, 2018
• Mellick & Newlyn, LexisNexis Study Guide: Contract Law, 2nd ed, 2019
• Smith, LexisNexis Case Summaries: Contracts, 7th ed, 2011



LexisNexis Questions and Answers: Contract Law, 6th edition

LexisNexis Questions and Answers — Contract Law is a clear and systematic approach to successfully tackling contract law assignments and exams

Principles of Australian Contract Law: Cases and Materials, 5th edition

A well-designed introduction to the sources of contract law in Australia

Principles of Australian Contract Law, 5th edition

A clear and accessible introduction to contract law in Australia



Principles of Australian Contract Law, 5th edition

A clear and accessible introduction to contract law in Australia

Principles of Australian Contract Law: Cases and Materials, 5th edition

A well-designed introduction to the sources of contract law in Australia



Title: Contract Administration for Construction Professionals
ISBN: 9780409350838
Format: BC
Edition: 1
Authors: Coggins, Schwarz, Davies, Ma
Pub. Date: 20210917
Publisher: Lexis Nexis Australia
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RRP: $95.00
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Designed specifically for construction students and professionals, and written by a team of construction law experts, this book covers contract administration topics integral to all construction management-related degrees. It provides both students and professionals practising construction contract administration with the essential content and knowledge for effective contract management.

Clauses from four Australian standard forms of construction contract along with relevant case law and legislation are reviewed and explained in a practical and accessible manner to give readers a full understanding of each topic. Tutorial and multiple-choice questions for students are included for each chapter, making the book a complete resource to support teaching and learning.

Features

• Written in plain English not ‘legalese’
• Strong pedagogy to assist learning
• Includes visual materials such as flowcharts and photographs provided by the author
• Concise and accessible commentary
• Comprehensive structure aligned to construction administration units of study
• User-friendly format for construction students and professional construction contract managers
• Includes multiple-choice and tutorial questions

Related Titles

• Coggins, Evans & Davie, Understanding Construction Law, 2nd ed, 2020
• Cremean, Whitten & Sharkey, Brooking on Building Contracts, 6th ed, 2019
• Gerber & Ong, Best Practice in Construction Disputes, 2013
• Wilson, Security of Payment in NSW, Victoria, ACT, Tasmania and SA, 2nd ed, 2015