Stephen waddams principle and policy in contract law competing or complementary concepts cambridge cambridge university press 2011 we can accept the reality of judicial law making while acknowledging that differences exist between the powers and competences of legislatures and those of courts. Get this from a library principle and policy in contract law competing or complementary concepts s m waddams although presented as being derived from the past principles in contract law have been subject to constant reformulation thereby facilitating legal change while simultaneously seeming to preclude . 978 0 521 19614 7 principle and policy in contract law competing or complementary concepts stephen waddams frontmatter more informatio n principle and policy in contract law principles in contract law though always presented as derived from the past have been subject to constant reformulation thereby paradoxically. Stephen waddams argues that it is an over simplification to insist upon too sharp a distinction between the concepts of principle and policy in contract law each has incorporated elements of the other enabling english contract law to change over time while maintaining a high degree of stability and predictability. The influence of policy has been frequent in contract law but stephen waddams argues that an unmediated appeal to non legal sources of policy has been constrained by the need to formulate generalised propositions recognised as legal principles
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