Fair Dealing in Contract Formation
This is a Thesis about the broad ideas and tendencies in our law of contract. In particular, its investigative burden is the emergent idea of “good faith and fair dealing” in the law relating to the formation of contracts. Chapter One is concerned with the historically chequered germination of good-faith considerations in contract law. It shows how the development of modern contract law has been strongly influenced by the dominant ideological paradigms of other academic systems and...[Show more]
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|04_Whole_Bigwood.pdf||whole thesis||316.25 MB||Adobe PDF|
|03_Chapters6-10_Bigwood.pdf||Chapters 6 to 10||123.59 MB||Adobe PDF|
|02_Chapters1-5_Bigwood.pdf||Chapters 1 to 5||179.45 MB||Adobe PDF|
|01_Front_Bigwood.pdf||front matter||13.01 MB||Adobe PDF|
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