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The Resource Commercial Contract Law : Transatlantic Perspectives

Commercial Contract Law : Transatlantic Perspectives

Label
Commercial Contract Law : Transatlantic Perspectives
Title
Commercial Contract Law
Title remainder
Transatlantic Perspectives
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This book is a comparative look at the law of commercial contracts as constructed by the US and UK legal systems
Member of
Cataloging source
EBLCP
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DiMatteo, Larry A
Dewey number
  • 346.022
  • 346.4102/2
  • 346.41022
Index
index present
LC call number
K840 .C655 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Zhou, Qi
  • Saintier, Séverine
  • Rowley, Keith
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  • Contracts
  • Contracts
  • Commercial law
  • Commercial law
  • Common law
  • Common law
  • LAW
  • LAW
  • Commercial law
  • Common law
  • Contracts
  • Great Britain
  • United States
Label
Commercial Contract Law : Transatlantic Perspectives
Instantiates
Publication
Note
III. Equitable Principles and Contract Law
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Commercial Contract Law; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Brief Contents; Contents; Contributors; Foreword; Part I The Role of Consent; 1 Transatlantic Perspectives; I. Legacy of Rob Bradgate; A. Commercial Contract Law in the United Kingdom and United States; 1. Statutory Interventions into the Common Law; 2. Divergence, Convergence, and Law Reform; B. Major Themes; 1. Topical Preview; 2. Consent and Promise; 3. Theories of Contract, Networks, and Equity; 4. Discrete and Relational Contracting; 5. Implied Terms and Contract Interpretation; 6. Contract Law's Regulatory Function
  • 7. Misrepresentation and Breach8. Contract and Sales Law Harmonization; II. Conclusion; 2 Competing Theories of Contract; I. Introduction; II. The Competing Theories of Contract; A. Contract as Based upon Promises; B. Contract as Based upon Agreement; C. Contract as Based upon Reliance; D. Contract as Based upon the Assumption of Legally Binding Obligations; E. Contract as Based upon the Transfer of Rights; F. Contract as Based upon Relationship; G. Conclusion on Competing Theories of Contract; III. Connections between Competing Theories of Contract
  • IV. Future Developments of Contract Theory: An Emerging Consensus?V. Conclusion; 3 Contracts, Courts, and the Construction of Consent; I. Introduction; II. Conflation of Efficiency and Consent; III. Illusory Nature of Party-Centrism; IV. Candor in the Judicial Construction of Consent; V. Conclusion; 4 Are Mortgage Contracts Promises?; I. Introduction; II. Why Do People Make Promises?; III. Are Contracts Promises?; IV. Are Mortgage Contracts Typically Promises?; V. If Modern Mortgage Contracts Are Typically Not Promises, Is Strategic Default Morally Acceptable After All?; VI. Conclusion
  • Part II Normative Views of Contract5 Naturalistic Contract; I. Introduction; II. Essential Normativity of Contract Doctrine; III. Minimum Content of Natural Contract Law; IV. Limits of Empiricism?; V. Dualism; VI. Is Naturalism Fallacious?; VII. So What?; 6 Contract in a Networked World; I. Introduction; II. Three Test Cases; A. Clarke v. Dunraven; B. OFT v. Lloyds TSB; C. The Eurymedon; D. Reasonable Expectations; III. The Basis for Network Effects: Consumer Contracts; A. The Nature of the Modern Regulation of Consumer Transactions; B. Networks and OFT v. Lloyds TSB
  • 1. The Legislative Approach2. The Courts' Approach; 3. The Boyack Hypothetical; 4. Beyond OFT v. Lloyds TSB; IV. The Basis for Network Effects: Commercial Contracts; A. The Nature of the Modern Regulation of Commercial Transactions; B. The "Hoffmannisation" of Contract Law; C. Network Effects and The Eurymedon; D. Beware the Classical Inheritance; E. Big Businesses, Small Businesses, and Shopping Malls; V. The Basis for Network Effects: Private Contracts; VI. Conclusion; VII. Coda; 7 Contract Transactions and Equity; I. Introduction; II. Equity in a Contractual Context
Control code
827210315
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (624 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781139235662
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
432159
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)827210315
Label
Commercial Contract Law : Transatlantic Perspectives
Publication
Note
III. Equitable Principles and Contract Law
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Commercial Contract Law; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Brief Contents; Contents; Contributors; Foreword; Part I The Role of Consent; 1 Transatlantic Perspectives; I. Legacy of Rob Bradgate; A. Commercial Contract Law in the United Kingdom and United States; 1. Statutory Interventions into the Common Law; 2. Divergence, Convergence, and Law Reform; B. Major Themes; 1. Topical Preview; 2. Consent and Promise; 3. Theories of Contract, Networks, and Equity; 4. Discrete and Relational Contracting; 5. Implied Terms and Contract Interpretation; 6. Contract Law's Regulatory Function
  • 7. Misrepresentation and Breach8. Contract and Sales Law Harmonization; II. Conclusion; 2 Competing Theories of Contract; I. Introduction; II. The Competing Theories of Contract; A. Contract as Based upon Promises; B. Contract as Based upon Agreement; C. Contract as Based upon Reliance; D. Contract as Based upon the Assumption of Legally Binding Obligations; E. Contract as Based upon the Transfer of Rights; F. Contract as Based upon Relationship; G. Conclusion on Competing Theories of Contract; III. Connections between Competing Theories of Contract
  • IV. Future Developments of Contract Theory: An Emerging Consensus?V. Conclusion; 3 Contracts, Courts, and the Construction of Consent; I. Introduction; II. Conflation of Efficiency and Consent; III. Illusory Nature of Party-Centrism; IV. Candor in the Judicial Construction of Consent; V. Conclusion; 4 Are Mortgage Contracts Promises?; I. Introduction; II. Why Do People Make Promises?; III. Are Contracts Promises?; IV. Are Mortgage Contracts Typically Promises?; V. If Modern Mortgage Contracts Are Typically Not Promises, Is Strategic Default Morally Acceptable After All?; VI. Conclusion
  • Part II Normative Views of Contract5 Naturalistic Contract; I. Introduction; II. Essential Normativity of Contract Doctrine; III. Minimum Content of Natural Contract Law; IV. Limits of Empiricism?; V. Dualism; VI. Is Naturalism Fallacious?; VII. So What?; 6 Contract in a Networked World; I. Introduction; II. Three Test Cases; A. Clarke v. Dunraven; B. OFT v. Lloyds TSB; C. The Eurymedon; D. Reasonable Expectations; III. The Basis for Network Effects: Consumer Contracts; A. The Nature of the Modern Regulation of Consumer Transactions; B. Networks and OFT v. Lloyds TSB
  • 1. The Legislative Approach2. The Courts' Approach; 3. The Boyack Hypothetical; 4. Beyond OFT v. Lloyds TSB; IV. The Basis for Network Effects: Commercial Contracts; A. The Nature of the Modern Regulation of Commercial Transactions; B. The "Hoffmannisation" of Contract Law; C. Network Effects and The Eurymedon; D. Beware the Classical Inheritance; E. Big Businesses, Small Businesses, and Shopping Malls; V. The Basis for Network Effects: Private Contracts; VI. Conclusion; VII. Coda; 7 Contract Transactions and Equity; I. Introduction; II. Equity in a Contractual Context
Control code
827210315
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (624 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781139235662
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
432159
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)827210315

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