California Law of Contracts
Continuing Education of the Bar--California, Jan 1, 2007 - Law
A definitive guide to CA contract law for practitioners. Essential for transactional attorneys in assuring that their contracts are fully enforceable and for litigators seeking to challenge contract enforceability. Provides a clear and concise, yet thorough and comprehensive, treatment of all aspects of California contract law from contract formation and interpretation, to performance and remedies for non-performance. A discussion of current CA case law with relevant Civil Code and other California code provisions, including the Uniform Commercial Code, is provided throughout. This incorporates the topics of, and replaces, California Breach of Contract Remedies.
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nia contract law as reflected in the Civil Code relevant portions
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