Atiyah & Adams’ Sale of Goods 13th Edition
Atiyah and Adams’ Sale of Goods is the definitive guide to this important aspect of commercial law. Combining a highly readable and comprehensive account of the law governing the sale of goods, it is essential reading for undergraduate and postgraduate students and a valuable point of first reference for practitioners of commercial law.
About the Author
Christian Twigg-Flesner is Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Hull. Rick Canavan is a Principal Lecturer at Nottingham Trent University. Hector MacQueen is a Scottish Law Commissioner and Professor of Private Law at the University of Edinburgh.
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About the Author
Ursula Smartt lectures at the University of Surrey in Media and Entertainment Law and Public Law. She has authored a number of legal textbooks including Media and Entertainment Law (2nd ed, 2014, Routlege) and contributes regularly to refereed academic journals. She is a Magistrate on the Surrey Bench and has acted as consultant to UK and international prison administrations in her specialist field, prisoner employment and prison industries.
This new edition of International Trade Law Statutes and Conventions presents all the key legislation for international trade law in one student-friendly volume. Developed in response to feedback from lecturers and students, this book is: * Up-to-date with the law: this book provides a fully current and comprehensive collection of legislation * Tailored to course outlines: content has been curated to align with international trade law courses * Exam friendly: conforming to regulations, this is an un-annotated text that is suitable for exam use * Easy to use: a clear and attractive text design, detailed table of contents and multiple indices provides ease of reference and navigation Ideal for course and exam use, as well as for reference, this book is a perfect companion resource to student learning and exam success.
About the Author
INDIRA CARR Professor of Law, University of Surrey MIRIAM GOLDBY Lecturer in Insurance and Commercial Law, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London
This is the first textbook on Singapore contract law that is written for a local audience. It offers a comprehensive and structured discussion of all aspects of Singapore contract law. The book also draws, wherever applicable, on a salient decisions from other Commonwealth jurisdictions (particularly with regard to areas of Singapore contract law that are not well-settled or which may benefit from comparative contract jurisprudence). In additional, the book contains reference to relevant secondary literature as well as suggestions for reform, where applicable and necessary.
Given its comprehensive treatment of Singapore contract as well as its reference to a wide range of comparative material, this book will be useful not only local practitioners and students but also to practitioners and students from other common law jurisdictions.
Fifty years on from its original publication, Hla Hart’s The Concept of Law is widely recognized as the most important work of legal philosophy published in the twentieth century. It is a classic book in the field of legal scholarship and remains the starting point for most students coming to the subject for the first time.
Known as Hart’s most famous work, The Concept of Law emerged from a set of lectures that Hart began to deliver in 1952 in which he developed a sophisticated view of legal positivism. Hart revolutionized the methods of jurisprudence and the philosophy of law in the English-speaking world by bringing the tools of analytic, and especially linguistic, philosophy to bear on the central problems of legal theory.
In this third edition, Leslie Green provides a new introduction that sets the book in the context of subsequent developments in social and political philosophy, clarifying misunderstandings of Hart’s project and highlighting central tensions and problems in the work. The Concept of Law remains a must-read for anyone interested in the great thinkers of the 20th century.