Row's Law of Contract needs no introduction. Previous editions of the instant book have been widely appreciated in the legal world. With the passage of time, it passed the acid test and attained an authoritative niche. Since then in order to cater the cause of legal fraternity, it has been felt necessary to revise the existing work, especially to consolidate and incorporate the latest developments as have been taken place in the field of law in hand. Any commercial activity requires 'understanding', which is often reduced into writing to give effect to the intention of the parties. Such formal versions are known as contracts. The Indian Contract Act, 1872 codifies the legal principles that govern such contracts and identifies the ingredients of a legally enforceable valid contract in addition to dealing with certain special types of contractual relationships like indemnity, guarantee, bailment, pledge, quasi-contracts, contingent contracts, etc. Contents Part I Preliminary Chapter I. Of the Communication, Acceptance and Revocation of Proposals Chapter II. Of Contracts, Voidable Contracts and Void Agreements Chapter III. Of Contingent Contracts Chapter IV. Of the Performance of Contracts Chapter V. Of Certain Relations Resembling those Created by Contract Chapter VI. Of the Consequences of Breach of Contract Chapter VII. Sale of Goods Chapter VIII. Of Indemnity and Gurantee Chapter IX. Of Bailment Chapter X. Agency Chapter XI. Of Partnership Tender Allied act

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Author(s)Sanjiva Row
PublisherDelhi Law House
Edition13th Edition
Publish YearAugust 2018