CHITTY ON CONTRACTS31st EditionGeneral Editor: Hugh BealeWhen it comes to contract law Chitty on Contracts is the best foundation on which to base any case.Provides you with the depth of insight you require, so you can confidently cite it in courtEncompasses every part of contract lawPresents complete coverage of the law of contract, incorporating extensive reference to relevant legislation and recent case lawIs your most trustworthy reference when drafting, negotiating and disputing contractsAnalyses recent cases and legislationVolume 1 contains interpretation and analysis of the general principles which apply to all contractsVolume 2 concentrates in-depth on contracts in specialist areas, with expert guidance on contracts from agency and bailment to sale of goods and suretyshipOffers interpretation and advice on the law when disputes arise, or when technical areas need clarification, and when responsibilities, obligations and entitlements need to be establishedRegularly supplemented so you have the latest information to handWritten by leading experts in contract lawVisit www.sweetandmaxwell.co.uk/chitty for a full list of updates on the new edition. Whats new withinthe 31st EditionAgreement: RTS Flexible Systems Ltd v Molkerei Alois Müller GmbH & Co KG (UK Production) (SC) (work carried out before all points resolved and despite “subject to contract” clause)Consideration: Thorner v Major (HL) and Henry v Henry (PC) (proprietary estoppel)Form: Herbert v Doyle (use of proprietary estoppel to overcome lack of written contract)Mistake: Chartbrook Ltd v Persimmon Homes Ltd (HL) and Daventry District Council v Daventry and District Housing Ltd (rectification)Misrepresentation: Springwell Navigation Corp v J P Morgan Chase Bank (“no reliance” clause)Duress and undue influence: Borrelli v Ting (PC) (illegitimate pressure)Express Terms: Rainy Sky S.A. v Kookmin Bank (SC) and Re Sigma Finance Corp (SC) (interpretation);Implied terms: Att Gen of Belize v Belize Telecom Ltd (PC)Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts: Abbey National plc v The Office of Fair Trading (SC)Illegality and Public Policy: Sibthorpe v Southwark LBC, Simpson v Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust and Westlaw Services Ltd v Boddy (champerty); Gray v Thames Trains Ltd (HL) (ex turpi causa)Discharge by Agreement: Stocznia Gdynia SA v Gearbulk Holdings Ltd (express right of termination)Damages: Regus (UK) Ltd v Epcot Solutions Ltdand Giedo van der Garde BV v Force India Formula One Team Ltd (services contract); Pell Frischmann Engineering Ltd v Bow Valley Iran Ltd (PC) and Vercoe v Rutland Fund Management Ltd (share of defendant’s profit)Specific Performance and Injunction: Araci v Fallon (injunction); Benedetti v Sawiris (quantum meruit)Conflict of Laws: Koelzsch v État du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, Voogsgeerd v Navimer SA (ECJ) and Duncombe v Secretary of State for Children Schools and Families (SC) (employment contracts)Agency: Wood Floor Solutions Andreas Domberger GmbH v Silvo Trade SA (ECJ) (commercial agents)Arbitration: Allianz SpA v West Tankers Inc (ECJ) and National Navigation Co v Endesa Generacion SA (The Wadi Sudr (stay of legal proceedings); Dallah Real Estate & Tourism Co v Ministry of Religious Affairs of the Government of Pakistan (SC) (jurisdiction)Bailment: Yearworth v North Bristol NHS TrustBills of Exchange and Banking: Payment Services Regulations 29Construction Contracts: Local Democracy, Economic Development and Construction Act 29;Credit and Security: Consumer Credit Directive 28Employment: Equality Act 21; Autoclenz Ltd v Belcher (SC); Employment Equality (Repeal of Retirement Age Provisions) 211Insurance: Argo Systems FZE v Liberty Insurance Pte Ltd and Seashell of Lisson Grove Ltd v Aviva Insurance Ltd (waiver); Third Parties (Rights against Insurers) Act 21; Consumer Insurance (Disclosure and Representations) Act 212Suretyship: North Shore Ventures Ltd. v Anstead Holdings Inc (duty of disclosure); Berghoff Trading Ltd v Swinbrook Developments Ltd and In re Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander Ltd. (in administration) (No. 2) (SC) (guarantor’s indemnity) Now in an eBook format you can connect and interact with the content in new ways. Designed for the iPad on a professional grade app specially developed by Thomson Reuters called ProView™ the Chitty on Contracts lets you work wherever, whenever and however you want. You can highlight pertinent copy, annotate important passages of text and bookmark pages just as you would your print copy.
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