Contracts: Cases and Theory of Contractual Obligation
This new book is a hybrid - in addition to well selected cases, it contains substantial scholarly textual material introducing each topic or case. The student is given insights into both historical development and applicable theory. The approach is "show the ball" so as to enable the student to get more deeply into the challenging material. Each case is followed by extensive notes and questions designed to extend student thinking and reasoning. A very detailed Teachers Manual will accompany this book is available, containing briefs of each case, lists of interesting discussion and focus issues, and answers to every question in the notes.
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Table of Cases
Ethyl Corp v ForcumLannom Assoc Inc
Table of Uniform Commercial Code Citations
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Contracts Cases and Theory of Contractual Obligation
Carter Bishop,Daniel Barnhizer
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