About the Book: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 an increasingly complex subject. The thirteenth edition presents an authoritative, revised and fully updated account of Indian contract law, including discussion of important recent cases and legislation like the Indian Contract (Amendment) Act, 1997 and the Information Technology Act, 2000. Corresponding developments in English law have also been discussed and thoroughly analysed. 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.Table of Contents: Preface to the Thirteenth Edition Preface to the Twelfth EditionPreface to the EleventhPreface to the Ninth EditionEight editionTable of CasesIntroductionPreliminary Chapter IΓÇö OF THE COMMUNICATION, ACCEPTANCE AND REVOCATION OF PROPOSALSChapter IIΓÇö OF CONTRACTS, VOIDABLE CONTRACTS AND VOID AGREEMENTS.Chapter IIIΓÇö OF CONTINGENT CONTRACTSChapter IVΓÇö OF THE PERFORMANCE OF CONTRACTS Chapter VΓÇö OF CERTAIN RELATIONS RESEMBLING THOSE CREATED BY CONTRACT.. 202Chapter VIΓÇö OF THE CONSEQUENCES OF BREACH OF CONTRACTChapter VIIΓÇö SALE OF GOODSChapter VIII OF INDEMNITY AND GUARANTEExii General Contents Chapter IXΓÇö OF BAILMENT .Chapter XΓÇö AGENCYChapter XIΓÇö OF PARTNERSHIP (Repealed) SCHEDULE ΓÇö Enactments RepealedSUBJECT INDEX About the Author: Rahu S Sahay is an Associate Partner with Khaitan & Co., one of the leading law firms of the country. He is a graduate of National Law Institute Univsersity,Bhopal and has read masters in law from the University of Oxford, where he was a Shell Cenetary Chevening Scholar. Before joining Khaitan, Rahul had co-founded Sarthak Advocates & Solicitors where he used to manage the firm’s dispute resolution practice. He is currently practicing in Delhi and his primary focus essentially is on litigation and arbitrations realting to commercial and contractual disputes especially relating to infrastructure and energy sectors.
SIR DINSHAW FARDUNI MULLA