Complete and comprehensive course summary notes for Law of Contract (LAW 241 -) at the University of Auckland. These notes do cover all there was lectured.
The law of contract is concerned with the basic issues of formation, performance and enforcement of agreements that are recognized in law as “contractual” in nature. The course covers the general principles of contract law, including the formation of contracts at common law, contract legislation in Aotearoa/New Zealand, breach of contract and remedies for breach, including damages.
These 47 pages contain what you need to ace your exam while getting genuine knowledge of the subject which allows you not to be surprised and to adopt at the exam if necessary. These will grantee your expected result in exam.
I have covered following topics covered in these notes:
- The Objective Principle Of A Promise
- Intention To Create Legal Relations
- Offer And Acceptance
- Certainty (Finality And Completeness)
- Promissory Estoppel
- Agreements In Writing
- Promise And Representation
- Promise And Condition (Performance And Breach)
- Frustration And Impossibility
- Promises In Restraint Of Trade (Unenforceable Promises)
- Duress And Undue Influence
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