Carter's breach of contract / J.W. Carter
- Bib ID:
- Carter, J. W. (John W.)
- Hart ed.
- Oxford, England : Hart Publishing, 2012
- lxxvii, 775 p. ; 24 cm.
- Full contents:
- pt. 1. Proof of breach and bases for a right to terminate
- pt. 2. Breach of contractual terms
- pt. 3. Repudiation and anticipatory breach
- pt. 4. Election
- pt. 5. The consequences of termination.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 693-710) and index.
- Also Titled:
- Breach of contract
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