Commercial Contract Clauses: Principles & Interpretation

Commercial Contract Clauses: Principles & Interpretation

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Date: 15/02/2008

Code: 41167329

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Commercial Contract Clauses: Principles and Interpretation is the first systematic analysis of the process of construing and interpreting commercial contracts on a clause-by-clause basis. This work distinguishes itself from other general works of contractual scholarship in squarely addressing problems arising in the daily tasks of preparing, advising on and disputing written agreements. The authors, Joshua Thomson and Leigh Warnick of the Western Australian Bar and Justice Kenneth Martin, focus closely on providing a practical analysis of difficult legal issues engaging with a wide range of Australian and international case law.

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