Problems and Materials on Sale and Lease of Goods

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Aspen Publishers, 2004 - Law - 465 pages
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By concentrating on the exact statutory language of Articles 2, 2A, 5 and 7 in the Uniform Commercial Code and related federal statues, Douglas J. Whaley's popular problem-oriented casebook has led generations of students to a fuller understanding of the subject. Problems and Materials on Sale and Lease of Goods, Fourth Edition, continues to broaden student knowledge while stressing practical problem solving. Longtime users will be familiar with the strengths of Whaley's approach: clear and lucid writing style, which makes the book concise and practical excellent use of the problem method, with interesting and imaginative problems that sharpen students' skills sensible organization into modules following the order of the UCC to allow greater flexibility in teaching manageable length to assure that all key topics receive adequate treatment the Fourth Edition introduces: coverage of the extensive changes to Article 2, while focusing on the existing version so instructors can choose whether students concentrate on the 2003 version or the original new problems and fine-tuning of retained problems complete updating of all cases expanded Teacher's Manual, with added teaching commentary and a new Transition Guide Long recognized as the master of the problem approach, Douglas J. Whaley now offers the first casebook in Sales or Contracts to consider the Article 2 revisions throughout the text. Be sure to examine the fully revised Fourth Edition of Problems and Materials on Sale and Lease of Goods. Please visit the new companion website to learn more about this book. Website: http://www.aspenlawschool.com/whaley_saleandlease4

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Contents

Scope of Article
4
Scope of Article
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fV International Sales
37
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Whaley is James W. Shocknessy Professor of Law, The Michael E. Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University.

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