Part I - Introduction1. The nature and importance of contract lawPart II: Formation2. Agreement3. Certainty and conditional contracts4. Consideration5. Intention to create contractual relations6. Capacity7. FormalitiesPart III - Scope and Content8. Privity of contract9. The terms of a contract10. Construction and classification of terms11. Exclusion clausesPart IV - Avoidance12. Misleading or deceptive conduct13. Mistake14. Duress15. Undue influence16. Unconscionable conduct17. Unfair terms18. Illegality and public policyPart V - Performance and termination19. Performance20. Discharge by agreement21. Discharge by breach22. Discharge by frustrationPart VI - Remedies23. Damages and liquidated claims24. Equitable remedies
Philip Clarke is Emeritus Professor of Law and former Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) at Deakin University. Julie Clarke is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Law, Deakin University. Julie is a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria.