This book represents the most comprehensive and accessible guide to understanding commercial law available. It covers all the topics taught on commercial law courses, not as separate elements, but as part of a coherent whole. Each subject is related to the others, and linked by fundamental principles and concepts such as ownership, possession, attornment, notice, and good faith. The emphasis throughout is on the practical application of the law in its business context. A detailed and authoritative introduction covers the foundations of commercial law, whilst the inclusion of extracts from Commonwealth sources provides students with otherwise unavailable material.
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Richard Hooley is Professor of Law at King's College London.Review:
"The excellent structure and sheer variety of [Sealy and Hooley's] book must make its use an exceptional and pleasurable learning experience for students and mature lawyers at all levels.... One can only conclude that this stimulating and scholarly book must become a sine qua non for students of commercial law, integrating so well the fundamental sources and materials with the authors' substantial explanatory text and commentary."--Journal of Business Law
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110406950032
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