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General Principles Of Law Of Contract & Specific Relief Act (Textbook) (Bright Student Edition) Paperback – 2015
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The Law of contract has undergone various strains, stresses and vicissitudes of time.However, it has stood like a rock against all odds. In spite of this, one must be aware that there is a continuous friction between, freedom of contract, sanctity of contract and doctrines of contract on one side and the socialist approach of the state, i.e. welfare of all on the other. This book besides dealing comprehensively with general principles for making of a contact, has very exhaustively dealt with the concept of measure of damages in case of void & voidable agreements; damages in carriage of goods and measure of damages when parties tries to avoid contract on the basis of exclusion clause present in the agreement. The concept of conflictual problems in contracts is also examined thoroughly which gives a new and fresh look to this book making it useful not only for LL.B, but for LL.M students as well. This book gives a deep insight to the principles of making contract like agreement; proposal and acceptance; consideration; capacity to contract; free consent and factors vitiating consent; limitations on freedom of contract; discharge of a of a contract; doctrine of frustration of contract; quasi contract & specific performance of contract under Specific Relief Act. To facilitate a clear understanding by the readers, the book is written in a simple flowing language. This book will be helpful to the teachers, scholars, students of LL.M, LL.B of Center and State Universities & will prove its relevance for the students of National Law Universities. It should be an invaluable asset for all those who are eager to explore virgin areas of Contract Law.
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