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|Appears in Collections:||Law and Philosophy eTheses|
|Title: ||Remedies for the Breach of a Commercial Contract for the Sale of Goods: A Comparative Analysis between the English Sale of Goods Act 1979 and the Contract of Sale of Goods in Saudi Law|
|Author(s): ||Alkhadhari, Abdulwahab|
|Supervisor(s): ||Little, Tikus|
|Issue Date: ||May-2018|
|Publisher: ||University of Stirling|
|Abstract: ||This thesis focuses on remedies for a breach of the Contract of Sale of Goods under English and Saudi law, wherever the Contract is in the course of business. The primary aim of the thesis is to describe and analyse those remedies and how each of the above legal regimes has dealt with breaches. For this purpose, the remedies must be analysed to identify differences and similarities between the two regimes, while at the same time highlighting the weaknesses and strengths of each. In addition, the reasons why the two legal systems have adopted their respective approaches in favouring specific remedies will be considered, in order to determine whether there are any differences in the underlying legal principles affecting the de facto results for the Buyer and Seller. In so doing, the aim is to provide a detailed and ingenious analysis, which may be of assistance in understanding each regime.|
|Type: ||Thesis or Dissertation|
|Affiliation: ||Law and Philosophy|
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