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Atiyah's Sale of Goods (Anglais) Broché – 17 février 2010


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Authoritative, influential yet accessible to students this textbook addresses one of the most important aspects of commercial law. Its enduring role as the definitive guide to the law surrounding the sale of goods cements its position as the market leading text for undergraduate and postgraduate students alike. 

Uniquely, key differences between Scots and English law in this area are highlighted throughout equipping the reader with a thorough understanding of the regulatory regimes governing the sale of goods in both jurisdictions.

 

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'Atiyah's Sale of Goods is famous for its comprehensive coverage and rigorous analysis of the subject. Having used the book for many years as both student and teacher, this new edition is a welcome addition to the library of anyone teaching or studying this subject.' Keith Uff, Visiting Lecturer, Birmingham Law School

Atiyah’s Sale of Goods is the definitive guide to the law surrounding the sale of goods making it essential reading for students and practitioners alike. Written by eminent academics in the field, this market leading text successfully combines a highly readable and comprehensive account of the key common law, statutory rules, EU legislation and International Conventions governing the sale of goods, with a critical focus on the operation of such rules in practice.

 

Uniquely, key differences between Scots and English law in this area are highlighted throughout equipping the reader with a thorough understanding of the regulatory regimes governing the sale of goods in both jurisdictions.

 

This new edition includes:

  • Increased emphasis of e-commerce issues affecting the sale of goods
  • Coverage of the Convention on International Sale of Goods and its implications for domestic sale of goods law
  • Discussion of the Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform’s consultation on consumer law
  • Expanded coverage of relevant decisions made in other common law jurisdictions
  • Coverage of the Draft Common Frame of Reference: Principles, Definitions and Model Rules of European Private Law and its implications for the creation of a European Private Law

 

Atiyah’s Sale of Goods is particularly suitable for students studying sale of goods or commercial law as part of an LL.B course, or for postgraduate LL.M courses in commercial law. The book is also a valuable point of first reference for practitioners of commercial law.

 

Visit http://www.mylawchamber.co.uk/adamsgoods to access regular updates to help you keep up to date with important developments in the law as it relates to the sale of goods.

 

About the authors:

John N. Adams is Professor Emeritus at the University of Sheffield, and Ajunct Professor at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana.

 

Hector MacQueen is a Scottish Law Commissioner and Professor of Private Law at the University of Edinburgh.

 

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