New to this edition
Readership: Legal practitioners specialising in commercial law;
academics and postgraduate students of commercial law.
Michael Bridge, Professor of Law, London School of Economics
Review(s) from previous edition"'Very good and up to date; fills a gap', R Asarioris, University of Southampton
"''...Sale law stands at the intersection of contract and personal property law. Professor Bridge has a thorough understanding of both...Professor Bridge brings two further strengths to his work; first an understanding of international commodities tradin' secondly, and perhaps most important, knowledge of the history of sales law...this is a thorough, scholarly and clearly written exposition of the law...On the whole this is a thoroughly admirable and scholarly piece of work-as, indeed, one would expect from its author. It deserves to take its place alongside the established major works on sale...Serious students of the law of sale at all levels will find much in it of value...'' - Robert Bradgate, Univ. of Sheffield, Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly.
"''...It gives an in depth analysis of the law relating to the sale of goods and is also written in a style that undergraduate students find easy to understand'. Tony Walmsley, University of Teeside.
"...The book covers in detail all the topics one would expect, including sufficient background information on general contract law where appropriate. It is clearly written and logically laid out. It works well as a basic point of reference...'' - Lloyds List,
"The Sale of Goods is a serious text on sales law that no practitioner interested in this area of law should be without" - Student Law Jounrnal (www.studentlawjournal.com),
1: Introduction and Conclusion of the Contract
2: Definition and Subject Matter of the Sale of Goods Contract
3: The Passing of Property
4: Risk, Mistake and Frustration
5: Termination of the Contract for Breach
6: Delivery, Acceptance, and Payment
7: The Implied Terms of Description, Fitness, and Quality
8: Statements, Liability of Remote Sellers, and Exclusion Clauses
9: The Seller's Duty and Power to Transfer Title
10: The Remedies of the Seller and the Buyer