Principles of the Interpretation of Contracts in South Africa
Principles of the Interpretation of Contracts in South Africa is a comprehensive reference manual which will teach you how to interpret contracts in four easy steps by encouraging you to study the contract from
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Principles of the Interpretation of Contracts in South Africa is a comprehensive reference manual which will teach you how to interpret contracts in four easy steps by encouraging you to study the contract from a sound rational and scientific base. By studying the presented theoretical principles you will learn how to confidently interpret contracts, taking the guesswork out of deciding which arbitrary factual and legal elements should be considered when interpreting the contract.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - The language of contracts
Chapter 3 - The legal nature of interpretation
Chapter 4 - The Bill of Rights and the interpretation of contracts
Chapter 5 - The requirements of good faith
Chapter 6 - The admissibility of extrinsic evidence
Chapter 7 - Presumptions
Chapter 8 - Classification
Chapter 9 - Concretisation
Chapter 10 - The meaning of terms
Chapter 11 - Application
Chapter 12 - Conclusion
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