Contract Law (iTutor)
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Lawyers, law students, contractually confused...
The key cases you used to know, should know or need to know...
Grouped in categories including: Offer and Acceptance, Breach of Contract, Damages, Mistake, Misrepresentation, Equity, Performance, Privity of Contract and more....
The English Law of Contract, the foundation for all Common Law systems, was created by a series of case law.
Adams v Lindsell, Addis v Gramophone Co Ltd, Attorney General v Blake, Bell v Lever Brothers Ltd, Bisset v Wilkinson, The Heron II), Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company, Combe v Combe, Cutter v Powell, Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Co Ltd v Selfridge & Co Ltd, Esso Petroleum Co Ltd v Mardon, Fisher v Bell, Hartley v Ponsonby, L'Estrange v F Graucob Ltd, Leaf v International Galleries, Long v Lloyd, Olley v Marlborough Court Hotel, Parker v South Eastern Railway Company, Phillips v Brooks Ltd, Smith v Hughes, Southern Foundries Ltd v Shirlaw, Victoria Laundry Ltd v Newman Industries Ltd and more...
For each case there are key points to remember, a summary and link to wikipedia. Where available you can also read the case in full on BAILII.
We've also handpicked an image that will help you to remember the case and its facts!
Disclaimer: This app is for educational purposes only and is not a replacement for legal advice from a suitably qualified professional. Cases reported are academically significant but may no longer constitute "good law".
What's New in Version 1.1
DO NOT WASTE MONEY!!!!!
Absolutely Terrible. Im actually embarrassed I wasted money on this!! Just laziness on the part of the creator! The very little information included is straight from Wikipedia, with no credible sources!!! Clearly the work of someone who does not understand the profession! Will never by an app from William Wray again!!!!
Waste of money
Waste of money. Not only the described below are true but can you imagine contract law without important cases such as gibson v man. Counil, stylk v myrick and even Williams v roffey brothers !!!! £2.99 for this? This is a joke. This might even fall under the sales of goods act 1979, where seller must sell satisfactory products unless the defects that are drawn to the attention if the buyer. No defect has been drawn to our attention. Is this app a defect? This program is not only a defect but also a joke. Idiot.
Do not get this app.
What a waste of money. Extremely poor, no actual case law inside the app. Total rubbish.
- Category: Reference
- Updated: 23 April 2010
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 19.8 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: William Wray
- © pixid ltd
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.