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The Law of Contract in Singapore (softcover edition)

This is the first textbook on Singapore contract law that is written for a local audience. It offers a comprehensive and structured discussion of all aspects of Singapore contract law. The book also draws, wherever applicable, on salient decisions from other Commonwealth jurisdictions (particularly with regard to areas of Singapore contract law that are not well-settled or which may benefit from comparative contract jurisprudence). In addition, the book contains references to relevant secondary literature as well as suggestions for reform, where applicable and necessary.

 

Given its comprehensive treatment of Singapore contract law as well as its reference to a wide range of comparative material, this book will be useful not only to local practitioners and students but also to practitioners and students from other common law jurisdictions.

 

Highlights

 

- Written by eminent local scholars for a local audience

- Well-structured and most up-to-date text on Singapore contract law

- Though cut-off date is 1 January 2012, later court decisions have also been included (eg, Nitine Jantilal v BNP Paribas Wealth Management [2012] SGHC 28; OCBC Capital Investment Asia Ltd v Wong Hua Choon [2012] SGHC 25; Rainforest Trading Ltd v State Bank of India Singapore [2012] SGCA 21)

- Extensively referenced to latest editions of other works (eg, Burrows, A Casebook on Contract (3rd Ed, 2011); Carter, Carter’s Breach of Contract (3rd Ed, 2011); Cartwright, Misrepresentation, Mistake and Non-Disclosure (3rd Ed, 2012); Hunter, Modern Law of Contracts (2011); Lord, Williston on Contracts (4th Ed, 2011); McKendrick, Contract Law (9th Ed, 2011); Peel, Treitel on the Law of Contract (13th Ed, 2011))

- Wide range of comparative material from other jurisdictions to provide a well-rounded and comprehensive treatment of the subject matter

 

Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s): Andrew Phang Boon Leong (general editor)

 
Contributors:
 
Goh Yihan
Pearlie Koh
Lee Pey Woan
Andrew Phang Boon Leong
Tham Chee Ho
 
Contents 
 
PART I (CHAPTERS 1–2)
INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1     Scope and Overview
Chapter 2     Sources and Theory
PART II (CHAPTERS 3–5)
FORMATION OF CONTRACT
Chapter 3     Offer and Acceptance
Chapter 4     Consideration
Chapter 5     Intention to Create Legal Relations
 
PART III (CHAPTERS 6–7)
TERMS OF THE CONTRACT
Chapter 6     Express and Implied Terms
Chapter 7     Regulation of Terms – With Particular Reference to Exception Clauses
 
PART IV (CHAPTERS 8–13)
DEFEASIBLE CONTRACTS – VITIATING AND OTHER FACTORS WITH SIMILAR EFFECT
Chapter 8     Formalities and the Effect of Non-compliance
Chapter 9     Capacity
Chapter 10    Mistake
Chapter 11    Misrepresentation and Non-disclosure
Chapter 12    Duress, Undue Influence and Unconscionability
Chapter 13    Illegality and Public Policy
 
PART V (CHAPTERS 14–15)
LIMITS AND EXTENSIONS OF THE CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATION
Chapter 14    Privity of Contract
Chapter 15    Exceptions to the Rule of Privity
 
PART VI (CHAPTERS 16–19)
DISCHARGING THE CONTRACT
Chapter 16    Discharge by Performance or Operation of Law
Chapter 17    Discharge by Breach
Chapter 18    Discharge by Agreement
Chapter 19    Frustration
 
PART VII (CHAPTERS 20–23)
REMEDIES FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT
Chapter 20    Introduction to Judicial Remedies and Common Law Damages
Chapter 21    Damages Based on Compensation I – Quantification of Loss
Chapter 22    Damages Based on Compensation II – Quantification of Damages to be Awarded
Chapter 23    Non-compensatory Remedies
 
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C$ Redeemable Yes
Article Type The Law of Contract in Singapore
ISBN 978-981-08-8693-6
Publication Type BOOKS
Shipping Rate To Singapore FREE
Weight 1.63400
Depth 5.00000
Height 24.00000
Width 15.00000
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This is the first textbook on Singapore contract law that is written for a local audience. It offers a comprehensive and structured discussion of all aspects of Singapore contract law. The book also draws, wherever applicable, on salient decisions from other Commonwealth jurisdictions (particularly with regard to areas of Singapore contract law that are not well-settled or which may benefit from comparative contract jurisprudence). In addition, the book contains references to relevant secondary literature as well as suggestions for reform, where applicable and necessary. Given its comprehensive treatment of Singapore contract law as well as its reference to a wide range of comparative material, this book will be useful not only to local practitioners and students but also to practitioners and students from other common law jurisdictions.

Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s): Andrew Phang Boon Leong (general editor)

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This is the first textbook on Singapore contract law that is written for a local audience. It offers a comprehensive and structured discussion of all aspects of Singapore contract law. The book also draws, wherever applicable, on salient decisions from other Commonwealth jurisdictions (particularly with regard to areas of Singapore contract law that are not well-settled or which may benefit from comparative contract jurisprudence). In addition, the book contains references to relevant secondary literature as well as suggestions for reform, where applicable and necessary.

 

Given its comprehensive treatment of Singapore contract law as well as its reference to a wide range of comparative material, this book will be useful not only to local practitioners and students but also to practitioners and students from other common law jurisdictions.

 

Highlights

 

- Written by eminent local scholars for a local audience

- Well-structured and most up-to-date text on Singapore contract law

- Though cut-off date is 1 January 2012, later court decisions have also been included (eg, Nitine Jantilal v BNP Paribas Wealth Management [2012] SGHC 28; OCBC Capital Investment Asia Ltd v Wong Hua Choon [2012] SGHC 25; Rainforest Trading Ltd v State Bank of India Singapore [2012] SGCA 21)

- Extensively referenced to latest editions of other works (eg, Burrows, A Casebook on Contract (3rd Ed, 2011); Carter, Carter’s Breach of Contract (3rd Ed, 2011); Cartwright, Misrepresentation, Mistake and Non-Disclosure (3rd Ed, 2012); Hunter, Modern Law of Contracts (2011); Lord, Williston on Contracts (4th Ed, 2011); McKendrick, Contract Law (9th Ed, 2011); Peel, Treitel on the Law of Contract (13th Ed, 2011))

- Wide range of comparative material from other jurisdictions to provide a well-rounded and comprehensive treatment of the subject matter

 

Author(s)/Editor(s)/Contributor(s): Andrew Phang Boon Leong (general editor)

 
Contributors:
 
Goh Yihan
Pearlie Koh
Lee Pey Woan
Andrew Phang Boon Leong
Tham Chee Ho
 
Contents 
 
PART I (CHAPTERS 1–2)
INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1     Scope and Overview
Chapter 2     Sources and Theory
PART II (CHAPTERS 3–5)
FORMATION OF CONTRACT
Chapter 3     Offer and Acceptance
Chapter 4     Consideration
Chapter 5     Intention to Create Legal Relations
 
PART III (CHAPTERS 6–7)
TERMS OF THE CONTRACT
Chapter 6     Express and Implied Terms
Chapter 7     Regulation of Terms – With Particular Reference to Exception Clauses
 
PART IV (CHAPTERS 8–13)
DEFEASIBLE CONTRACTS – VITIATING AND OTHER FACTORS WITH SIMILAR EFFECT
Chapter 8     Formalities and the Effect of Non-compliance
Chapter 9     Capacity
Chapter 10    Mistake
Chapter 11    Misrepresentation and Non-disclosure
Chapter 12    Duress, Undue Influence and Unconscionability
Chapter 13    Illegality and Public Policy
 
PART V (CHAPTERS 14–15)
LIMITS AND EXTENSIONS OF THE CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATION
Chapter 14    Privity of Contract
Chapter 15    Exceptions to the Rule of Privity
 
PART VI (CHAPTERS 16–19)
DISCHARGING THE CONTRACT
Chapter 16    Discharge by Performance or Operation of Law
Chapter 17    Discharge by Breach
Chapter 18    Discharge by Agreement
Chapter 19    Frustration
 
PART VII (CHAPTERS 20–23)
REMEDIES FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT
Chapter 20    Introduction to Judicial Remedies and Common Law Damages
Chapter 21    Damages Based on Compensation I – Quantification of Loss
Chapter 22    Damages Based on Compensation II – Quantification of Damages to be Awarded
Chapter 23    Non-compensatory Remedies
 
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Products specifications
C$ Redeemable Yes
Article Type The Law of Contract in Singapore
ISBN 978-981-08-8693-6
Publication Type BOOKS
Shipping Rate To Singapore FREE
Weight 1.63400
Depth 5.00000
Height 24.00000
Width 15.00000
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