The foundations of business transactions here for your eye's only! From UCC contracts to common law contracts, this subject covers it all. Whether you're looking to modify a contract or defend yourself from an unwanted contract, this is for you.
From UCC contracts to common law contracts, this subject covers it all. Whether you're looking to modify a contract or defend yourself from an unwanted contract, this subject is for you.
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Examines the formation of contracts. Includes: - Offers - Mutual Assent - Terms - Consideration - Modification
Learn about the 10 defenses to contract formation & enforceability: (1) Incapacity (2) Misrepresentation (3) Duress (4) Undue Influence (5) Unconscionability (6) Illegality (7) Statute of Frauds (8) Misunderstanding (9) Mistake (10) Public policy
Learn about the Statute of Frauds and when it applies to contracts.
Learn about: - Parol Evidence - Interpretation - Omitted and implied terms
Learn about: - Conditions & excuse - Breach - Good faith obligations - Warranties - Aspects of performance (cure, notice, risk of loss, etc) - Impossibility - Frustration of Purpose - Impracticability - Discharge
Learn about: - Risk of Loss - Perfect Tender - Nonconforming Goods - Right to Cure - Express & Implied Warranties
Learn about: - Third party beneficiaries (including creditor, donee, incidental & intended) - Assignment - Delegation
Learn all about contract remedies and damages, including: - Expectation damages - Consequential damages - Duty to Mitigate - Reformation - Rescission - Release - Specific performance - UCC Remedies