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Table of Contents
1. The origins and character of contract law
2. Formation of a contract: offer and acceptance
3. Formation of a contract: consideration
4. Formation of a contract: intention to create legal relations
6. The obligations under a contract: terms
7. The obligations under a contract: exclusion and limitation clauses
8. Void and voidable contracts
9. Vitiating factors: misrepresentation
10. Vitiating factors: mistake
11. Vitiating factors: duress and undue influence
12. Vitiating factors: illegality and unenforceable contracts
13. Third party rights and the doctrine of privity
15. Discharge of a contract
16. Remedies in contract law
Chris Turner is a qualified barrister and Senior Lecturer in law at Wolverhampton University. He has taught law at all levels and is an experienced author whose other titles include Key Facts: Contract Law and Key Cases: Contract Law, also published by Hodder Education. He is Series Editor of "Unlocking the Law", "Key Facts" and "Key Cases", all published by Hodder Education.