Sale of Goods / Edition 2 available in Hardcover
-- Assesses the impact of significant, recent reforms in this area
-- Adopts a critical approach to the law
-- large body of authorities referred to in the text
This book is a systematic survey of the modern English law of domestic sale of goods. It deals with the following aspects of sale of goods contracts: formation and definitions; passing of property and risk; mistake and frustration; contents of the contract and implied terms; delivery and payment; termination for breach; exclusion clauses and remedies and transfer of title.
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press, USA|
|Product dimensions:||9.80(w) x 6.90(h) x 2.20(d)|
About the Author
Michael Bridge, Professor of Law, London School of Economics
Michael Bridge is Professor of Law at London School of Economics. He has had previous professorial appointments at McGill University, Montreal, the University of Nottingham and University College London.
A former Director of Legal Research at Norton Rose (Solicitors), he is a barrister and door tenant at 20 Essex Street chambers. His published work covers the law of sale of goods (domestic and international), security over personal property, insolvency, contract, personal property and private international law.
He is the specialist editor for the Journal of Business Law and a member of the editorial board of Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction and Conclusion of the Contract
2. Definition and Subject Matter of the Sale of Goods Contract
3. The Passing of Property
4. Risk, Mistake and Frustration
5. Termination of the Contract for Breach
6. Delivery, Acceptance, and Payment
7. The Implied Terms of Description, Fitness, and Quality
8. Statements, Liability of Remote Sellers, and Exclusion Clauses
9. The Seller's Duty and Power to Transfer Title
10. The Remedies of the Seller and the Buyer