Law of Contract in Uganda

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Fountain Publishers, 2001 - Law - 196 pages
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This book focuses on the Ugandan legal position of contract and the relevant literature on the subject. The history of contract and law applicable in Uganda are examined and the ingredients of forming the contract in the form of offer, acceptance, consideration, contractual intention, and capacity. The book then analyses the form and terms of a contract taking into account developments in the UK in relation to exemption clauses and fundamental breach, It also examines the vital elements of a contract namely mistake, misrepresentation, duress, undue influence, and illegality and analyses the concept of privity which is extended to agency and assignment. The concluding chapters deal with discharge of the contract and remedies for breach of contract.

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The Law of Contract in Uganda by D.J Bakibinga is the best contract law book so far in place that has helped majority of the law students to pass their law courses. i used this book when i was doing my business course and it helped me to pass the law of contract as a course unit.



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