Bachelor of Laws: Contract Law

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A contract is a legally binding form or document that embodies the terms of an agreement between parties. Contract law regulates the rights, obligations and enforcement of contracts. 
(Encyclopaedic Australian Legal Dictionary, 2009)

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Laws of Australia - Legal Encyclopaedia

Finding Precedents

Australian Encyclopaedia of Forms & Precedents

The Australian Encyclopaedia of Forms & Precedents is a comprehensive source of forms and precedents.  This reference work comprises over 6,000 non-litigious legal forms and precedent documents in over 60 legal subject areas, covering all Australian jurisdictions.


Contract Law - Loose-leaf services

Journals in Print and Online

AGIS (Attorney Generals Information Service) - is the leading legal journals database in Australia.  Use AGIS to search hundreds of journals for articles about Contract Law. 

If you wish to browse, then the journals below may be useful places to start.

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Contract Law Web Sites