London: Lloyd's of London Press, 1991.
First Edition. Hardcover.
Good Condition (ex-library) / No Dust Jacket.
In his foreword to this edited volume, Justice Andrew Rogers writes that "it has been the age-old cry of businessmen that the law fails to meet the legitimate needs of commerce." Responding to two areas of ongoing crisis in this relationship, force majeure and frustration, the writers in this volume attempt to unravel the fraught relationship of contract law with commercial undertakings. Examining theory and principle, drawing on case studies and proposing comparative analyses in a global context, this is an essential and stimulating text for those still caught in the bind between commerce and law. Minimal library marks. Library spine sticker removed. Library plates on front endpaper removed. Stamp on front endpaper. No other library markings. Very lightly bumped corners. Some light dings (non-surface breaking) to board edges. Very light spotting/marks to outside edges, endpapers, and occasionally throughout. 235 pages. Shipped Weight: .54 kilos. ISBN: 185044370X. ISBN/EAN: 9781850443704.