From Morgan to Etridge: Tracing the (dis)integration of undue influence in the United Kingdom

Richard Bigwood

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Abstract

Analyses important issues facing contract law. Suitable for lawyers, judges and academics across the common law world, this book deals with important theoretical and practical issues in the law of contract and closely-related areas of private law. It analyses developments in the law of estoppel, mistake and undue influence.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationExploring contract law
EditorsJason Neyers, Richard Bronaugh, Stephen G A Pitel
Place of PublicationOxford, United Kingdom
PublisherHart Publishing
Pages379-430
Number of pages52
Edition1
ISBN (Print)9781841139067
Publication statusPublished - 2009

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Bigwood, R. (2009). From Morgan to Etridge: Tracing the (dis)integration of undue influence in the United Kingdom. In J. Neyers, R. Bronaugh, & S. G. A. Pitel (Eds.), Exploring contract law (1 ed., pp. 379-430). Oxford, United Kingdom: Hart Publishing.
Bigwood, Richard. / From Morgan to Etridge : Tracing the (dis)integration of undue influence in the United Kingdom. Exploring contract law. editor / Jason Neyers ; Richard Bronaugh ; Stephen G A Pitel. 1. ed. Oxford, United Kingdom : Hart Publishing, 2009. pp. 379-430
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Exploring contract law. ed. / Jason Neyers; Richard Bronaugh; Stephen G A Pitel. 1. ed. Oxford, United Kingdom : Hart Publishing, 2009. p. 379-430.

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