Steer your students through the complexities of Contract Law with this leading textbook from E. Allan Farnsworth. Farnsworth's CONTRACTS, Third Edition, continues to provide students with an emphasis on those topics that figure prominently in most contracts courses, while it presents the most uptodate information available. The book also offers a realworld focus which applies to all the major topics of the book: enforceability of promises, scope and effect of promises, rights of third parties, and remedies. CONTRACTS, Third Edition, is even more userfriendly, with fewer yet more specific footnotes, valuable citations, and a convenient index.
Revealing the entire context of contract law, Farnsworth:
explains the rule that governs a particular contractual situation
illustrates it with noteworthy examples of the rule in effect
poses thoughtprovoking questions
provides thorough answers to the questions
offers examples and references throughout the text which incorporate many recent cases
Reflecting the major developments in the field, CONTRACTS, Third Edition, addresses:
the Vienna Sales Convention (Convention on the International Sale of Goods)
UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts
new issues in precontractual liability
ongoing employment law contract issues: atwill contracts, handbooks, and public policy exception
remedies and lost opportunities
For a textbook that is as effective as it is authoritative, there is no substitute for Farnsworth's CONTRACTS,Third Edition.
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