Sale of goods transactions are central to commercial life. This book provides an essential up-to-date and clear account of the law as it stands today, giving you the confidence to offer the best possible resolution for your clients. Written by a team of specialists drawn from both the academic world and professional practice, Sale of Goods provides a clear and accurate account of the law relating to the sale of goods. It provides complete analysis of the Sales of Goods Act 1979, together with amendments made to the Act in 1994 and 1995 - ensuring that your understanding is current and complete.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction: The Contract for the Sale of Goods DJ Stephens Chapter 2. Passing Of Property Sarah Worthington Chapter 3. Risk Louise Gullifer Chapter 4. Frustration and Mistake Louise Gullifer Chapter 5. Conflicts of title and the Obligations of the Seller Janet Ulph Chapter 6. Delivery, Acceptance and Payment Adam Tolley Chapter 7. Implied Terms as to Description and Misrepresentation Paul Mitchell Chapter 8. Implied Terms as to Quality and Sample Paul Mitchell Chapter 9. Remedies of the Seller Ewan McKendrick Chapter 10. Remedies of the Buyer Ewan McKendrick Chapter 11. Exemption of the Seller Edwin Peel Chapter 12. F.O.B Contracts Ewan McKendrick Chapter 13. C.I.F Contracts Ewan McKendrick Chapter 14. Financing International Sale Contracts Sonia Tolaney Chapter 15. Conflicts of Law Edwin Peel
Professor Ewan McKendrick is a Professor of English Private Law at the University of Oxford, as well as a Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall, and a barrister of Gray's Inn.