Contract Law in Ireland

Contract Law in Ireland

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This comprehensive treatment of Irish contract law provides readers with an invaluable guide to the complexities of the law governing contracts in Ireland. The updated fifth edition of this well-established title on contract law takes account of recent Irish legislative developments in relation to electronic commerce, consumer protection as well as the Competition Act 2002 as it relates to the restraint of trade doctrine. The author has substantially rewritten parts of several chapters to consider developments such as the use of entire agreement clauses, the increasingly popular plea that a contract involves good faith duties as implied terms, the fair and reasonable test in statute law and damages in contract law. The fifth edition of this leading text brings the reader up-to-date with all the significant developments in Irish contract law, viewed in the wider context of comparative case law drawn from the major Commonwealth more

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  • Hardback | 682 pages
  • Round Hall Ltd
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • Revised
  • 5th Revised edition
  • 1858003210
  • 9781858003214

Table of contents

Formation of a Binding Contract. Construction of a Contract. Invalidity.Equitable Intervention. Public Policy. Capacity to Contract. Third Party Rights. Discharge. Remedies following Breach of Contract. Irish cases fully explored include: Supermac's Ireland Ltd v Katesan. O'Keefe v Ryanair. Coonan v AG. Dakota Packaging. Carey v Independent Newspapers. Conroy v more