This classic text provides students with reliable, concise, value-for-money coverage of all the essential legal principles that underpin commercial contracts. The body of this text is the study of contract law in the context of commercial transactions. Commercial contract is at the very heart of commercial law and business law subjects. As such, this text strips the general commercial and business law subjects to the core, and identifies the fundamental principles that underlie these subjects, which is the interpretation and enforcement of commercial contracts. In dealing with the most important key topics, a straightforward analysis is applied to difficult areas of law whilst providing a succinct and reliable account of the current law. Written by an academic author specialising in this area of law, this text will prove invaluable and essential reading for both law students and business students studying modules within commercial law or business law subjects at all levels.