‘In Defence of Consent in Contract Law’.
King’s Law Journal
361 - 370.
The article defends the proposition that consent matters in contract law: In particular, consent matters even though contracts may have gaps, are interpreted objectively by the courts, and may be entered into in circumstances of inequality of bargaining power. Consent matters at the level of whether people enter into contracts, and at the level of what contracts they enter into. Moreover, consent is the justificatory basis of contract.
|Title:||‘In Defence of Consent in Contract Law’|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Laws|
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