Contracts Cases and Materials University Casebook Series Features authoritative discussion and notes on contract law Traces the development of Contract Law in the English and American common law traditions The reference includes a collection of significant

  • Title: Contracts: Cases and Materials (University Casebook Series)
  • Author: E. Allan Farnsworth William Franklin Young David Allan Hunter
  • ISBN: 9781587780578
  • Page: 497
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Features authoritative discussion and notes on contract law Traces the development of Contract Law in the English and American common law traditions The reference includes a collection of significant cases Selected cases include textual introductions Also provides opportunities for discussion of attorneys ethical responsibilities and the consequences of neglecting thoFeatures authoritative discussion and notes on contract law Traces the development of Contract Law in the English and American common law traditions The reference includes a collection of significant cases Selected cases include textual introductions Also provides opportunities for discussion of attorneys ethical responsibilities and the consequences of neglecting those responsibilities.

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    1. A solicits a price quote from B via mail. B faxes one to A. A mails an order that includes an arbitration clause and asks for delivery on the January 15th. B sends an acknowledgment saying she accepts, but objects to the arbitration clause and says she'll deliver on February 1st. January 17th rolls around, B hasn't performed, and A claims B is in breach. B says there is no enforceable contract.1. Assuming the contract was for a service to be provided by B, is there an enforceable contract?2. Ass [...]

    2. Don't ever read this book unless you have to. If you have to, I am assuming you are going to law school. If that is the case, do your self a favor and pay the x amount of dollars for Barbri help in your first or second year and watch the Epstein video lectures on contracts. Guarantee that you will at least get a B- in the class. (Don't rely on this as actual legal advice)

    3. Authoritative, useful, clearly written. There are probably better books if you're just looking for a study aid, but if you give Farnsworth some time, you'll get a better understanding of the rationale behind American contract law than you might get in class.

    4. this was the slimmest of my three first-semester casebooks. _much_ easier to carry than hershkoff's civil procedure book.

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