Provides a basic overview of the law of contract
Details on what constitutes an agreement in contract.
Discusses what constitutes an offer in contract law and some types of offers
This note distinguishes between an offer and an invitation to treat.
This note discusses the ways in which an offer can be terminated. It discusses revocation, lapse of time, death, counter offer or rejection, and the failure of condition subjection to which the offer was made
This note discusses the concept of acceptance in contract law. It contains a video on acceptance, discussions of key principles of acceptance, amongst others.
Intention to create legal relations is one of the key elements of a valid contract. It is the intention of the parties to enter into a legally binding agreement such that violations of promises or agreements can be tried in court
Persons such as minors, drunkards, insane persons, have limited capacity to contract. This note discusses capacity to contract.
This note discusses consideration, the price of a promise, in contract law
This note provides basic definitions of terms in the terms of contract, determining the terms of contract in an oral contract.
This note examines conditions, warranties, and innominate or intermediate terms
This note discusses the parole evidence rule in contract law and eight (8) exceptions to the rule
This note discusses implied terms in contract. It examines terms implied by statute, custom, and the court
This note briefly discusses standard form contracts and exclusion clauses, and discusses the conditions for the incorporation of exclusion clauses.
This note discusses the interpretation of exclusion clauses. It examines the contra proferentem rule, the strict interpretation of exclusion clauses in negligence, the doctrine of fundamental breach, and the test of reasonableness.
Briefly covers the meaning of mistake, types of mistakes in contract, and the legal effects of mistakes under both common law and equity.
Discusses unilateral mistake with emphasis on unilateral mistake as to the identity of a contracting party.
Examines the effect of mutual mistake, determining agreement, and the circumstances in which mutual mistake can render a contract void.
Discusses common mistake, types of common mistake, and the effects of common mistake
Introduces misrepresentation in contract law.