Concepts and case analysis in the law of contracts

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Foundation Press, 1998 - Law - 198 pages
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Background Elements: Contract Curve and Expectation Damages; Consideration and the Bargained-for Exchange; Contract Formation; Unfairness and Unconscionability; Contract Interpretation; Performance and Breach; Mistake and Impossibility; Remedies; Third-Party Beneficiaries.

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Review: Concepts And Case Analysis in the Law of Contracts (Concepts & Insights)

User Review  - Alayne - Goodreads

My purpose for reading this book was to soothe some curiousity on what is covered in law school; since this is a supplemental text for many law schools on contracts it fit the bill. Read full review

Review: Concepts And Case Analysis in the Law of Contracts (Concepts & Insights)

User Review  - Lark - Goodreads

Wish he'd written them for all of my 1L classes. I didn't actually finish this until the new year. Convinced if I'd made it through the last 2 chapters on time, my grade would be up a single grouping in the curve... :) Read full review

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Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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