No matter how good the research and study skills, the ultimate test for the law student is the exam, and the more preparation the better equipped will he or she be for that final hurdle. Blackstone's series of "Law Questions and Answers" gives students the best opportunity to practice their exam techniques, and to evaluate and assess their progress.;Each book in the series is written by experienced law lecturers who are themselves examiners. The books cover all the essential topics found in undergraudate law degree courses, CPE courses and other undergraduate courses where law is an essential element.;This book on law of contract is divided by chapters covering each major topic, and contain up to 50 questions and answers. Each chapter contains an introduction focusing on important legal aspects and points of interest, including suggestions for further reading. After each question there is a commentary which highlights the essential elements of each question, and indicates what the examiners are looking for.;Modern contract law increasingly demands the analysis and application of sophisticated concepts which students commonly find difficult. This guide incorporates some of the more effective techniques of writing examination answers in the subject, and helps student to formulate the correct approach to answering legal problems.;This edition has been updated to take account of recent developments in the law, notably in relation to Consideration and Undue Influence. Also, the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1994 alter dramatically the face of exclusion clauses.