Halsbury's Laws of Canada - Contracts (2013 Reissue)
Halsbury's Contracts (2013 Reissue) delivers clear understanding with a straightforward narrative of the law - explaining key elements, outlining basic principles and shedding light on a wide variety of important principles. This valuable resource is especially helpful for those who are seeking a solid and thoughtful grounding in contract law that addresses the black letter law while illuminating the subtle nuances that arise out of it.
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Canadian Agency Law 2nd Edition
For the ultimate authority on the law of agency in Canada, look no further. Renowned legal author and law professor Gerald Fridman, whose scholarly works have been referred to internationally, by provincial appellate courts and by the Supreme Court of Canada, is the author of this definitive text on agency law. This landmark work provides a comprehensive treatment of agency law in Canada, dealing with the nature, formation, and termination of agency.
Canadian Contract Law, 3rd Edition
This book helps lawyers advise clients, draft agreements, and recognize the pitfalls and dangers in resolving contract disputes by carefully explaining the actual approach courts have taken to solving contractual disputes. All aspects of contract law are covered, so lawyers need not look elsewhere for an authoritative interpretation and practical guidance on Canadian contract law.
Canadian Contractual Interpretation Law, 2nd Edition
Now in its second edition, this authoritative text sets out the principles by which contracts are interpreted in Canadian courts.
Introduction to Contracts, 2nd Edition
Ideal for law students, and non-commercial lawyers, this provides a big-picture understanding of how contract law functions in Canada’s common law jurisdictions, and relates to other areas of law, such as torts and restitution.