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Additional linking commentaries and revision exercises enrich the depth of resources of this edition for students.

New cases from the Irish, British and Commonwealth judicial systems will bring the reader up to date with key decisions handed down up to February 2008.

New Irish cases in this edition include: Smart Telecom plc trading as Smart Telecom v Radio Teilifis Eireann & Anor (Referential Bids) O'Connor v Coady (Conditional Contracts) Triatic Limited v Cork County Council (Certainty) Intrum Justitia Bv v Legal and Trade Financial Services (Mistake)

New English cases in this edition include: Mehta v J Pereira Fernandes SA (E-mail Signatures) Proform Sports Management Ltd v Proactive Sports Management Ltd (Capacity) Golden Strait Corporation v Nippon Yusen Kubishika Kaisha (Penalty Clauses) Vakante v Addey & Stanhope School (Illegality) BBC Worldwide Ltd v Bee Load Ltd (t/a Archangel Ltd) (Certainty)

This edition also refers to Law Reform Commission developments, such as the Report on Privity of Contract (2008) and the Consultation Paper on Vulnerable Adults and the Law (2005).

Introduces legislative developments on company law, consumer protection and conveyancing law reform; areas that will impact on some basic contract rules.

Reviews the progress made on the European Commission's Action Plan and Common Frame of Reference Programme.

Suitable for university students and those taking Bar and Law Society examinations.

LawLaws of Specific jurisdictionsCompany, commercial & competition lawContract law Publisher: Gill Publication Date: 01/09/2008 ISBN-13: 9780717143788  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Robert Clark is an Associate Professor in the Law School, University College Dublin. He specialises in Contract, Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law and has published widely in these areas. He is a consultant with Arthur Cox & Co., Dublin. Blanaid Clarke is an Associate Professor in the Law School, University College Dublin. She specialises in Contract and Corporate Law with particular emphasis on the areas of Corporate Finance Law, Securities Regulation and Corporate Governance.

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