Making Commercial Law: Essays in Honour of Roy Goode

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Roy Goode: Publications 1962-1996

Books Written

Hire-Purchase Law and Practice, 1st edn. ( 1962), 2nd edn. ( 1970), supplement ( 1975) ( Butterworths).

Hire-Purchase and Conditional Sale: A Comparative Survey of Commonwealth and American Law (jointly with Professor Jacob S. Ziegel) ( British Institute of International and Comparative Law, 1965).

Introduction to the Consumer Credit Act 1974 ( Butterworths, 1974).

The Consumer Credit Act. A Students' Guide ( Butterworths, 1979).

Consumer Credit Legislation ( Butterworths, looseleaf) (original author, and now General Editor with assistant editors).

Commercial Law, 1st edn. (Penguin Books and Allen Lane, 1982, reprinted with minor revisions 1985; reprinted Pelican Books 1986, many subsequent reprints), 2nd edn. ( Pelican Books, 1995).

Legal Problems of Credit and Security, 1st edn. ( 1982), 2nd edn. ( 1988) ( Sweet & Maxwell and Centre for Commercial Law Studies).

Payment Obligations in Commercial and Financial Transactions ( Sweet & Maxwell and Centre for Commercial Law Studies, 1983).

Proprietary Rights and Insolvency in Sales Transactions, 1st edn. ( 1985), 2nd edn. ( 1989) ( Sweet & Maxwell and Centre for Commercial Law Studies).

Consumer Credit Law (reproducing in revised and expanded form Division I of Consumer Credit Legislation) ( Butterworths, 1989).

Principles of Corporate Insolvency Law ( Sweet & Maxwell and Centre for Commercial Law Studies, 1990).

Guide to the ICC Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees ( ICC Publications, 1992).


Contributions to Encyclopaedic Works

Halsbury's Laws of England, 4th edn., title "Bills of Sale" in vol. 4 and in vol. 4( 1) ( 1992 Reissue).

Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents, 4th edn., vol. 4, title "Bills of Sale"; vol. 10, title "Hiring and Hire-Purchase".


Books Edited

Consumer Credit Legislation ( Butterworths, looseleaf).

Commercial Operations in Europe (with K. R. Simmonds) ( Sijthoff, 1978).

Consumer Credit ( Sijthoff, 1978, for United Kingdom National Committee of Comparative Law and Faculty of Laws, Queen Mary College).

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