Many of the ideas within the guide can be viewed in a “siloed” fashion and the book does a good job of recognizing that. It is complicated that there are two separate sections that each discuss contracts. The “Introduction to Contract law” is positioned in Chapter eight and “Contracts” as a separate part is present in Chapter fifty three. This may simply have rectified by the authors by moving contracts matters all to the same part or for the teacher by assigning those chapters all at the identical time. The problem in a textbook of this magnitude is that the regulation, as a dynamic entity modifications in a short time.
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