Mulla’s Indian Contract Act still stands as the classic textbook on contract law even 90 years after the publication of the first edition, and continues to provide clarity on what is still an increasingly complex subject. The fourteenth edition presents an authoritative, revised and fully updated account of Indian contract law, including discussion of important recent cases and enactments like the Information technology Act, 2000 and the Banking Laws (Amendment) Act, 2012. This edition is revised with the realisation that contract law is one of the first lessons imparted to law students and thus also introduces them to legal reasoning and method, apart from exposing them to one of the most vital fields of law. Anyone involved with the law of contract can turn to Mulla secure in the knowledge that it covers all the key areas of law by way of a detailed and in-depth analysis. It is essential reading for any student of contract law, and a valuable first point of reference for practitioners and academics.

More Details about The Indian Contract Act

General Information  
PublisherLexis Nexis
Edition14th Edition
Publish YearJuly 2014