A Contract Law Workbook

Holm, Eric (2009) A Contract Law Workbook. Thomson Reuters, Pyrmont, NSW, Australia.

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A Contract Law Workbook is a workbook designed to assist students in understanding the introductory material related to contract. It will facilitate a deeper level of understanding of the practical application of contract law.


* A series of core contract law topics covered in brief, followed by a set of questions, both hypothetical and multiple choice, to enable students to apply their newly developed skills to practical hypothetical problems and theory questions;

* Hypothetical scenarios which develop as the workbook progresses, allowing the student to be able to ’get to know’ the parties to the agreements and to reflect upon how these circumstances may occur in business and personal scenarios. This helps students to relate to such actions/inactions in their own lives now and into their professional lives beyond university;

* Convenient note taking sections have been included at the end of each chapter so students can make notes during lectures or in relation to the work they have completed; and

* A final revision chapter covers all topics, assisting students in their exam preparation. Answer guides, available as PDFs, have been written for each chapter for use by lecturers.

The tutorial-type questions can be used to help lecturers and tutors save valuable preparation time.

Item ID: 8907
Item Type: Book (Teaching Material)
ISBN: 978-0-455-22502-9
Keywords: contract law
Date Deposited: 02 Jun 2010 04:21
FoR Codes: 18 LAW AND LEGAL STUDIES > 1801 Law > 180105 Commercial and Contract Law @ 100%
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