Cases, problems, and materials on contracts
If you want to get right to the heart of contracts, join your many colleagues who have adopted Crandall and Whaley's direct, problem-oriented casebook. Thousands of students have already attained a solid grasp of important legal principles through this popular book. Now, in its Third Edition, "Cases, Problems, and Materials on Contracts" brings you an efficient, effective, and up-to-date vehicle for teaching Contracts. From offer and acceptance to assignment and delegation, Crandall and Whaley lead your students on a straight path through the essentials of modern contract law.
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OFFER AND ACCEPTANCE
B Statement of Opinion or Intention
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