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A most welcome aspect of the content of the text lies in a presentation which is frequently leavened with useful comparative information from both common law and civil law jurisdictions...it is clear that there are few legal academics or law students who will not gain a significant benefit from a perusal of the contents of this valuable book. (Dr. J.M.C. Fitchen)

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Malcolm Clarke is Professor of Commercial Contract Law in the University of Cambridge.

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