Restatement of the law, second--contracts 2d: as adopted and promulgated by the American Law Institute at Washington, D.C., May 17, 1979

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American Law Institute Publishers, 1981 - Contracts
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Contents

restatement of the law of contracts
1
CHAPTER
3
Terms of Promise Agreement or Contract
5
Contracts Under Seal
7
Duties Created by a Gift Promise 136 Duties Created By a Promise to Discharge a Duty 137 Disclaimer By a Beneficiary 138 Allowance of Specific P...
10
Variation of the Duty to a Donee Beneficiary by Agreement of Promisor and Promisee 143 Variation of the Promisors Duty to a Creditor Beneficiary...
11
CHAPTER
12
Voidable Contracts
13
Prospective Inability Caused by Existing Illegality
285
Prospective Inability Caused by Supervening Illegality
286
Prospective Inability Caused by Insolvency
287
Frustration of the Object or Effect of the Contract
288
Application of Rules to Partly Bilateral Contracts
289
Application of Rules to Leases and Conveyances
290
Definition of Aleatory Promise
291
When Aleatory Promises are Promises for an Agreed Exchange
292

SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE
14
General Requisites of a Memorandum
15
CHAPTER
16
CHAPTER 18
18
Requirements of the Law for Formation of an Informal Contract TOPIC 2 MANIFESTATION OF ASSENT
19
Requirement of Manifestation of Mutual Assent
20
Acts as Manifestation of Assent
21
Offer and Acceptance
22
Necessity of Communication of an Offer
23
Offer Defined
24
When a Manifestation of Intention is Not an Offer
25
Existence of Contract Where Written Memorial Is Contemplated
26
Auctions Sales Without Reserve
27
To Whom an Offer May Be Made
28
How an Offer May Be Accepted
29
Offer Proposing a Single Contract of a Number of Contracts
30
Presumption That Offer Invites a Bilateral Contract
31
Requirement of Certainty in the Terms of an Offer
32
When an Indefinite Offer Creates a Contract
33
Offer Until Terminated May Be Accepted
34
How and Offer May Be Terminated Effect of Termination
35
What Is a Rejection of an Offer
36
Rejection of Offer by Communicating Refusal
37
Rejection of Offer by CounterOffer
38
Time When Rejection Is Effective
39
What Lapse of Time Terminates an Offer
40
Revocation by Communication from Offeror Received by Offeree
41
Acquisition By Offeree of Information That Offeror has Sold or Contracted to Sell Offered Interest
42
How an Offer Made by Advertisement or General Notice may be Revoked
43
Revocation of Offer Contemplating a Series of Contracts
44
Revocation of Offer for Unilateral Contract Effect of Part Performance or Tender
45
Offers Which are Themselves Contracts
46
Offers Which Offeror has Collaterally Contracted to Keep Open
47
Termination of Offer by Offerors Death or Insanity
48
Termination of Offer by Death of Essential Person or Destruction
49
Termination of Offer by Illegality
50
Effect of Delay in Communication of Offer
51
Acceptance of Offer Defined
52
Necessity for Knowledge of Offer
53
Who May Accept an Offer
54
Acceptance of Offer for Unilateral Contract Necessity of Intent to Accept
55
Acceptance of Offer for Unilateral Contract Necessity of Notification to Offeror
56
Unilateral Contract Where Proposed Act is to be Done By Offeror
57
Necessity of Unequivocal acceptance
58
Necessity of Acceptance Complying with Terms of Offer
59
Purported Acceptance Which Adds Qualifications
60
Acceptance of Offer Which States Place Time or Manner of Acceptance
61
Acceptance Which Requests Change of Terms
62
Effect of Performance By Offeree Where Offer Requests Promise
63
How Acceptance May Be Transmitted Time When It Takes Effect
64
Acceptance By Telephone
65
When a Particular Means of Transmission is Authorized
66
Acceptance By Mail Or From A Distance When Valid Upon Despatch
67
When an Acceptance inoperative When Despatched Is Operative Upon Receipt By Offeror
68
What Constitutes Receipt of Revocation Rejection or Acceptance
69
Effect of Making or Accepting a Written Offer
70
Undisclosed Understanding of Offeror or Offeree When Material
71
Acceptance by Silence or Exercise of Dominion
72
Effect of Receipt By Offeror of a Late or Otherwise Defective
73
Time When and Place Where a Contract Is Made
74
Illusory and Alternative Promises
77
Voidable and Unenforceable Promises
78
Effect of Misunderstanding
79
Multiple Exchanges
80
Adequacy of Consideration
81
Recital of Consideration
82
One Consideration for a Number of Promises
83
Application of Rules to a Number of Special Ones
84
When Assent or Consideration Unnecessary
85
Promise To Pay a Debt Barred By the Statute of Limitations
86
Promise to Pay a Debt Discharged in Bankruptcy
87
Promise to Perform a Duty in Spite of Nonperformance of a Condition
88
Promise to Perform a Voidable Duty
89
Promise Reasonably Inducing Definite and Substantial Action
90
Effect of Promises Enumerated in Sections 8690 When They Are Conditional
91
To Whom Promises Enumerated in Sections 8689 Must Be Made
92
Promises Enumerated in Sections 8689 Made in Ignorance of Facts
93
Stipulations CHAPTER 4
94
Requirements for Sealed Contract
95
Definition of a Seal
96
When a Promise is Sealed
97
What Amounts to Adoption of a Seal
98
Adoption of the Same Seal By Several Parties
99
Recital of Sealing or Delivery
100
Sealed Promise Delivered Unconditionally or in Escrow
101
What Amounts to Unconditional Delivery
102
What Amounts to Delivery in Escrow and Its Effect
103
Acceptance or Disclaimer By the Promisee of Unilateral Sealed Contract
104
of Essential Thing Table of Contents of First Restatement of Contracts is reproduced here for convenience of reader
105
What Amounts to Acceptance of Instrument
106
Creation of Informal Contract By Acceptance By Promisee
107
Requirement of Naming or Describing Promisor and Promisee
108
Methods of Termination of the Power of Acceptance 37 Termination of Power of Acceptance Under Option Contract 38 Rejection
110
Joint Several or Joint and Several Promisors or Promisees
111
Time When Rejection or Counteroffer Terminates the Power of Acceptance 41 Lapse of Time
112
Revocation by Communication from Offeror Received by Offeree
113
Indirect Communication of Revocation 44 Effect of Deposit on Revocability of Offer 45 Option Contract Created by Part Performance or Tender
114
Duty of a Joint Promisor Joinder of CoJoinders
117
ACCEPTANCE OF OFFERS 50 Acceptance of Offer Defined Acceptance by Performance Acceptance by Promise
118
Effect of Part Performance Without Knowledge of Offer 52 Who May Accept an Offer
119
Acceptance by Performance Manifestation of Intention Not to Accept 54 Acceptance by Performance Necessity of Notification to Offeror 55 Accepta...
121
Discharge of a Joint and Several Promisor
123
Acceptance of Offer Which States Place Time or Manner of Acceptance 61 Acceptance Which Requests Changes of Terms
124
Effect of Performance by Offeree Where Offer Invites Either Performance or Promise 63 Time When Acceptance Takes Effect
125
Acceptance by Telephone or Teletype
126
Reasonableness of Medium of Acceptance 66 Acceptance Must Be Properly Dispatched 67 Effect of Receipt of Acceptance Improperly Dispatched 6...
127
Parties to Actions by Joint Obligor
129
CHAPTER 4
130
Exchange of Promise for Performance
137
Definition of Consideration
138
Settlement of Claims 75 Exchange of Promise for Promise 76 Conditional Promise
140
Promise to Perform a Voidable Duty
147
Limitations and Definitions Peculiar to the Chapter
148
Definition of Assignment Assignor and Assignee
149
Definition of Effective Assignment
150
What Rights Can Be Effectively Assigned
151
When an Obligor Must Perform to an Assignee Instead of to the Original Obligee
152
Assignment By Joint Obligee
153
What Future Rights Might Be Assigned
154
Assignment of a Right That Is Conditional or Arises Under an Irrevocable Offer
155
Partial Assignments
156
Oral and Written Assignments
157
In What Cases Gratuitous Assignments are Revocable
158
In What Cases an Effective Assignment May Be Made Without Assent By the Assignee
159
Delegation of Performance of a Duty or a Condition
160
Assignment of Rights Under a Bilateral Contract
161
Assent to Assignment of Right Or to Delegation of a Duty
162
What Acts or Forbearances are Sufficient Consideration for a Unilateral Contract
166
New Facts That Remove Defects in an Assignees Right
168
Reliance on Assertions as to Matters of
170
An Assignee Who Purchases a Right in Good Faith is Not Subject
174
Promise Reasonably Inducing Action or Forbearance 91 Effect of Promises Enumerated in 90 When Conditional 92 To Whom Promises Enumerate...
177
Enforcement of a Sealed Contract By Promisee Who Does Not Sign Or Seal
178
Classes of Contracts Covered TOPIC 1 THE EXECUTORADMINISTRATOR PROVISION 111 Contract of Executor or Administrator TOPIC 2 THE ...
179
A Promise to Satisfy the Duty of Another is Within Class II
180
Obligations on Negotiable Instruments 121 Contract of Assignor or Factor 122 Contract to Buy a Right from the Obligee 123 Contract to Discharge t...
181
Action in Reliance Specific Performance
182
THE ONEYEAR PROVISION 130 Contract Not to Be Performed Within a Year
183
SATISFACTION OF THE STATUTE BY A MEMORANDUM 131 General Requisites of a Memorandum
184
A Promise to Sign a Written Contract of Suretyship
185
A Memorandum Not Made as Such
186
Who Must Sign 136 Time of Memorandum
187
Loss or Destruction of a Memorandum
188
A Promise to Discharge a Duty Due by the Promisee to a Third
191
Defense of Failure to Perform 141 Action for Value of Performance Under Unenforceable Contract 142 Tort Liability for Acts Under Unenforceable...
193
Effect of Full Performance 146 Rights of Competing Transferees of Property 147 Contract Containing Multiple Promises 148 Rescission by Oral Agr...
194
CHAPTER 6
196
Contracts Specifically Enforceable Because of Part Performance
197
Mistake Defined 152 When Mistake of Both Parties Makes a Contract Voidable
199
Acceptance and Actual Receipt of Documents of Title
203
When Mistake of One Party Makes a Contract Voidable
209
Requisite of Signature to a Memorandum
210
When a Party Bears the Risk of a Mistake
215
Loss or Destruction of a Memorandum
216
When Mistake of Both Parties as to Written Expression Justifies Reformation
221
RESCISSION OR VARIATION OF CONTRACTS
223
Effect of Fault of Party Seeking Relief
224
Relief Including Restitution
225
CHAPTER 7
226
What Is Standard of Interpretation
227
When Action Is Equivalent to an Assertion Concealment
228
When NonDisclosure Is Equivalent to an Assertion 162 When a Misrepresentation Is Fraudulent or Material
230
Standard of Interpretation Applicable to Unintegrated Agreements
233
When a Misrepresentation Prevents Formation of a Contract 164 When a Misrepresentation Makes a Contract Voidable
235
Effect of Partial Integration
239
Cure by Change of Circumstances 166 When a Misrepresentation as to a Writing Justifies Reformation 167 When a Misrepresentation Is an Inducing ...
243
Reliance on Assertions of Opinion 169 When Reliance on an Assertion of Opinion Is Not Justified
244
What Is Usage
245
DURESS AND UNDUE INFLUENCE 174 When Duress by Physical Compulsion Prevents Formation of a Contract 175 When Duress by Threat Mak...
246
When a Threat Is Improper
249
When Undue Influence Makes a Contract Voidable
250
Definition of Concurrent Condition
251
Definition of Express Condition
252
Definition of Constructive Condition
253
Definition of Conditional Promise
254
Meaning of Condition When Unqualified
255
Rules of Chapter are Applicable to Formal and Informal Contracts
256
Failure of a Condition to Exist Or to Occur Distinguished From Breach of Promise
257
Whether a Condition Is Express Is Matter of Interpretation
258
When a Condition Is Precedent Though Expressed In Subsequent Form
259
Promises Distinguished From Conditions
260
Interpretation of Doubtful Words as Promise or Condition
261
Interpretation of Act As a Condition If Performance is Impossible Without
262
Numerous Conditions Dependency of One on Another
263
Promises Conditional on Demand
264
Promises Conditional on Promisors Satisfaction
265
Bilateral Contracts For an Agreed Exchange
266
When Mutual Performances Contracted For Are Concurrent Conditions
267
When Partial Performance Are Concurrently Conditional
268
Conditions Where Performances Are Not Due Simultaneously
269
Conditions Where Performance of One Promise Extends Over a Period of Time and the Other Does
270
Conditions Where Order of Performances Is Dependent Upon a Future Event
271
Rules Applicable to Exchange of Part Performances
272
Concurrent Conditions Where Performances Not Originally Due Simultaneously
273
Failure of Consideration as a Discharge of Duty
274
Rules for Determining Materiality of a Failure to Perform
275
Rules for Determining Materiality of Delay in Performance
276
Failure of Consideration as a Discharge of An Existing Right of Action
277
Promisors Ignorance of Facts That Would Operate As aDischarge
278
Promises to Which Rule as to Failure of Performance ore Applicable
279
Manifestation by One party of Inability to Perform or of Intention Not to Perform
280
Prospective Inability of One Party Caused By Destruction
281
Prospective Inability of One Party Caused by Death or Illness 283 Prospective Inability of Vendor Caused by Lack of Title
283
Prospective Inability of Vendor Caused by Selling or Encumbering Title
284
Effect of NonPerformance by One Party to an Aleatory Contract on the Duty of the Other
293
Meaning of Excuse of Condition Excuse of Condition Means Event Is Not Longer a Condition
294
Excuse of Condition by Prevention or Hindrance
295
Excuse of Condition by Later Contract
296
Excuse of Condition by Waiver
297
Excuse of Condition by Acceptance or Retention of Performance
298
Excuse of Condition by Acceptance of Part of Entire Performance
299
Excuse of Condition by Acceptance of Prior Instalments
300
Excuse of Condition by Impossibility
301
Excuse of Condition by That Involves Forfeiture
302
Excuse of Condition by of Experts Certificate
303
Excuse of Condition by Giving Inadequate Reason For Rejection
304
Excuse of Condition of Payment in Legal Tender
305
Excuse of Condition by Repudiation or Manifestation of Inability
306
Happening of Condition Subsequent Caused Without Justification or in Manner Not Contemplated
307
Waiver of the Effect of a Condition Subsequent
308
Breach by Failure to Render a Promised Performance
314
Effect of Urging Performance in Spite of Repudiation
320
Interpretation Against the Draftsman
324
Interpretation Favoring the Public
332
Unconscionable Contract or Term
333
EFFECT OF ADOPTION OF A WRITING 209 Integrated Agreements
336
Completely and Partially Integrated Agreements 211 Standardized Agreements
341
Damages for Breach of Contract to Lend Money
343
Damages for Breach of an Alternative Contract
344
Damages For Breach of a Contract for the Benefit of a Third Person
345
Damages for Breach of a Construction Contract
346
Restitution of Value of a Performance Rendered by One Party as a Remedy for Total Breach by the Other 348 Requirement That the Performance Sh...
347
Necessity of Returning the Consideration Received by the Plaintiff
349
Effect of Full Performance by the Plaintiff
350
Part Performance for Which the Contract Provides a Definitely Apportioned Exchange
351
Part Performance Rendered After Knowledge of Repudiation
352
Effect of Accepting Performance With Knowledge of a Breach
353
Specific Restitution of Land Goods and Certain Choses in Action
354
Restitution With Respect to Contracts Within a Statutes of Frauds
355
Restitution With Respect to Contracts for the Benefit of a Third Person
356
Restitution In Favor of a Plaintiff Who Is Himself in Default
357
Inadequacy of Money Damages as Ground for Specific Enforcement
358
Discretionary Character of the Remedy and of the Terms of the Decree
359
Specific Enforcement of Contracts for the Transfer of Land
360
Factors Involved in the Determination of the Adequacy of Damages
361
Effect of the Defendants Insolvency on the Remedy of Specific Enforcement
362
Damages or Restitution in Lieu of Specific Enforcement
363
Specific Enforcement of the Whole When Damages Would be an Adequate Remedy as to Part
364
Specific Enforcement in Part With Compensation for the Remainder
365
Promises Binding Solely Because of a Writing a Seal or Nominal Consideration
366
Effect of Unfairness Hardship Mistake and Inequitable Conduct
367
Enforcement of a Promise to Render a Performance That Is Impossible Illegal or Breach of Duty to a Third Person
368
Specific Enforcement Denied if Contrary to the Public Welfare
369
Uncertainty of Terms
370
Difficulty of Enforcement
371
Mutuality of Remedy
372
Requirement of Security That the Agreed Exchange Will Be Rendered
373
Performance of Conditions Provisions Involving Penalty or Forfeiture
374
Effect of Breach by the Plaintiff
375
Specific Enforcement in Favor of One Having Power to Terminate
376
Specific Enforcement Against One Having Power to Terminate
377
Effect of a Provision for a Penalty or Liquidated Damages
378
Contracts for Personal Service
379
Enforcement of Negative Duties That Accompany Affirmative Promises
380
Election Between Damages and Restitution
381
Election Between Specific Performance and Compensation in Money
382
Effort to Obtain a Remedy Not in Fact Available
383
Alternative and Supplementary Remedies
384
Methods of Discharging a Contractual Duty and a Duty to Make
385
EFFECT OF PERFORMANCE AND NONPERFORMANCE
389
How a Creditor Can Exercise His Power of Application
391
Material Breach or Nonperformance of One Party as a Discharge
397
Effect on Other Partys Duties of a Failure to Offer Performance
399
Form of a Release
403
Oral Agreements of Rescission
407
Circumstances Significant in Determining When Remaining
408
Discharge of a Vendors Duty By a Purchasers Acceptance of
413
Effect of Acceptance of Part Performance as Excusing
414
When a Failure to Give Assurance May be Treated as a Repudiation
418
Whether a Subsequent Contract or Its Performance is the Agreed
419
Effect of Insolvency 253 Effect of a Repudiation as a Breach and on Other Partys Duties
421
Novation Discharging Debtor in Consideration of Debtors Promise
425
Nullification of Repudiation or Basis for Repudiation 257 Effect of Urging Performance in Spite of Repudiation
427
Novation Discharging Debtor by Third Persons Assumption of Duty Assented to by Creditor
428
Compound Novation of Right Against One person and Duty to Another
429
Compound Novation of Cross Rights and Duties Between Two Parties
430
Discharge of Voidable Duties TOPIC 13 DISCHARGE BY CANCELLATION OR SURRENDER
431
Cancellation or Surrender of Formal Contracts as a Discharge
432
Cancellation of a Document Susceptible of Wrongful
433
When Alteration Effects a Discharge
434
CHAPTER 12
435
Effect of Altered Contract When Innocent Party Asserts a Right Thereunder
436
Effect of Assent to or Forgiveness of Alteration
437
Assent or Forgiveness by One of Several Parties Injured by Alteration Immateriality of Alteration as to One of Them
438
Effect of Alteration of a Negotiable Instrument
439
Restoration of Writing to Original Form
440
When One Who Executes an Altered Document is Bound
441
Effect of Authorized Filling of Blanks Implied Authorization
442
Definition of Merger
443
Merger by Judgment
444
Merger by Award
445
Merger by Sealed Contract
446
Merger by Informal Setting
447
INTRODUTORY
448
When a Judgment Discharges a Duty TOPIC 17 DISCHARGE BY THE INCAPACITY OF PARTIES TO RETAIN THE RIGHTDUTY RELATION
449
Discharge by Marriage TOPIC 18 DISCHARGE BY UNION OF RIGHT AND DUTY
450
Discharge of Duty by the Debtors Acquisition of the Correlative Right Table of Contents of First Restatement of Contracts is reproduced here for con...
451
Novation
452
Subjective Impossibility Distinguished From Objective Impossibility
455
Contract Not to
457
Release 285 Contract Not to Sue TOPIC 4 ALTERATION 286 Alteration of Writing 287 Assent to or Forgiveness of Alteration
458
CHAPTER 13
459
NonExistence of Essential Facts Other Than Specific Things
461
Judgment in Action Against CoPromisors 292 Effect of Judgment for or Against CoPromisors 293 Effect of Performance or Satisfaction on CoPromi...
462
Effect of Contract Not to Sue Reservation of Rights 296 Survivorship of Joint Duties TOPIC 2 JOINT AND SEVERAL PROMISEES 297 Obligees of...
463
CONTRACT BENEFICIARIES 302 Intended and Incidental Beneficiaries
464
Unanticipated Difficulty
467
CONTRACTUAL RIGHTS OF PERSONS
468
Promise With Intent Not to Perform
473
Conditional Promises Promises Under Seal 304 Creation of Duty to Beneficiary
482
Overlapping Duties to Beneficiary and Promisee
485
Disclaimer by a Beneficiary 307 Remedy of Specific Performance 308 Identification of Beneficiaries
486
Defenses Against the Beneficiary
488
Remedies of the Beneficiary of a Promise to Pay the Promisees Debt Reimbursement of Promisee
489
Variation of a Duty to a Beneficiary
490
Mistake as to Duty to Beneficiary
492
Government Contracts
493
Suretyship Defenses 315 Effect of a Promise of Incidental Benefit
495
CHAPTER 15
498
WHAT CAN BE ASSIGNED OR DELEGATED 317 Assignment of a Right
499
Delegation of Performance of Duty
505
Delegation of Performance of Condition 320 Assignment of Conditional Rights 321 Assignment of Future Rights
507
Contractual Prohibition of Assignment 323 Obligors Assent to Assignment or Delegation
511
MODE OF ASSIGNMENT OR DELEGATION 324 Mode of Assignment in General 325 Order as Assignment 326 Partial Assignment
512
Acceptance or Disclaimer by the Assignee 328 Interpretation of Words of Assignment Effect of Acceptance of Assignment
513
Repudiation by Assignor and Novation with Assignee 330 Contracts to Assign in the Future or to Transfer Proceeds to Be Received
515
Revocability of Gratuitous Assignments 333 Warranties of an Assignor TOPIC 4 EFFECT ON THE OBLIGORS DUTY 334 Variation of Obligors Du...
516
Defenses Against an Assignee
517
Divisible Promises in Restraint of Trade
518
Elimination of Defenses by Subsequent Events 338 Discharge of an Obligor After Assignment
519
Protection of Obligor in Cases of Adverse Claims
520
PRIORITIES BETWEEN ASSIGNEE AND ADVERSE CLAIMANTS 340 Effect of Assignment on Priority and Security 341 Creditors of an Assign...
521
CHAPTER 16
522
Recovery of Money Deposited With Stakeholder
524
Judicial Remedies Available
529
Payments Made to a Third Person as an Element in Usury
530
Discount at Highest Permissible Rate Calculation Based on a Year of 360 Days
534
Renewal of Usurious Bargain
535
Bargain for Excessive Interest After Maturity
536
Usury Due to a Mistake of Fact
537
What Bargains Made or to be Performed on Sunday are Illegal
538
Ratification and Adoption of Bargain Made on Sunday
539
Definition of Maintenance and Champerty
540
When a Bargain for Maintenance is Not Legal
541
When a Bargain for Champerty or a Contingent Fee is Illegal
542
Bargain by CoOwner of Right to Pay Expense and Share Proceeds of Litigation
543
Effect of Maintenance or Champerty on Rights of Claimant
544
Effect of Illegal Champertous Bargain on the Rights of the Offender
545
Bargain for Procuring Claims for Enforcement
546
When an Assignment of a Claim or Bargain to Assign It Is Illegal
547
Bargain for Concealing or Compounding a Crime
548
Bargain to Recommend a Nol Pros For Giving Evidence
549
Bargain for Arbitration
550
Arbitration as a Condition
551
Bargain to Pay a Witness Additional or Contingent Compensation
552
Bargain to Pay for Evidence
553
Bargain to Suppress Evidence
554
Bargain for Enforcement of Unfounded Claim
555
Bargain to Prosecute Fictitious Litigation
556
Bargain in Consideration of Not Disclosing Discreditable Facts
557
Bargain Restricting Tribunal or Time of Suit
558
Bargain to Influence Legislation
559
Bargain for Official Appointment
560
Bargain for Obtaining a Pardon
561
Bargain for Procuring Public Contracts
562
Contingent Compensation in Bargain to Secure Legislation or Official Action
563
Private Bargain for Location of Public Files
564
Bargain Regarding Compensation for Performing a Public Duty
565
Sufficiency of a Promise as Consideration General Rule 78 Insufficiency of a Promise as Consideration When Its Performance Would Be Insufficient
566
Bargain Regarding Duties as a Citizen or Public Official
567
Bargain to Influence an Election
568
Bargain by an Official or Shareholder of a Corporation
569
Bargain by a Fiduciary
570
Bargain to Commit a Tort
571
Bargain to Indemnify Against Consequences of Committing a Tort
572
Bargain for Exemption From Consequences of Fraud
573
Legal Bargains for Exemption from Liability for Negligence
574
Illegal Bargains for Exemption from Liability for Wilful or Negligent Misconduct
575
Bargain Requiring Breach of a Contract with a Third Person
576
Bargain to Defraud or Harm Third Persons
577
Bargain to Refrain from Committing a Wrong
578
Bargain for a Penalty
579
Bargain in Violation of a Statute TOPIC 10 BARGAINS CONCERNING DOMESTIC RELATIONS
580
Bargain in Restraint of Marriage
581
Marriage Brokerage
582
Bargain for Custody of Minor Children
583
Bargain for Separation or Maintenance
584
Bargain for Reconciliation
585
Bargain for Facilitating Divorce
586
Bargain to Change Essential Obligations of Marriage
587
Bargain by One Already Married to Marry Another
588
Bargain for Immoral Sex Relations
589
Promise to Perform Prior Illegal Bargain
590
Bargain Unduly Restricting Freedom or Jeopardizing Life
591
Bargain to Violate Foreign
592
Bargain to Trade or Communicate With One in an Enemy Country
593
Bargain Aiding an Enemy
594
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