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General Principles of Contract Law, 2nd Edition


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General Principles of Contract Law
Mar 2017
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This book serves as a general text covering all aspects of Contract Law, from formation, performance and breach to remedies. Presented in a style that is simple and easily understood, it is particularly useful for a quick grasp of the important principles of Malaysian Contract Law, including the reception of English Law. Detailed treatment is also given to the remedies of specific performance and injunctions. 

Fully up-to-date, the text benefits from the mastery of Malaysian Contract Law by an experienced practitioner who has taken pains to elucidate on the intricacies of the Malaysian position. Lawyers, legal advisers, judicial officers, undergraduates, Malaysian Certificate in Legal Practice candidates as well as non-local law graduates who have not had a thorough exposure to Malaysian Contract Law will certainly derive much benefit from the strong foundation provided by this book.
This new edition captures the latest developments in Contract Law, including topics like total failure of consideration, rescission and unfair terms which have seen recent changes and development of new principles.
Key Features:
  • Adopts a clear structure to enable easy navigation through the text
  • Statements of law are presented clearly
  • Supported by statutory provisions as well as local and foreign case authoritites (UK, Singapore, India and Australia)
  • Comprehensive explanation and analysis of the applicable legal principles


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