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Modern Law of Contracts, 2016 ed.

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Format: Book - softbound
Copyright: 2016
Service #: 14862678
Sub #: 14862677
Pages: 2014
Shelf Space: 4 in.
Publication frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update method: N/A

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Modern Law of Contracts, 2016 ed.

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Written in clear and precise language for practicing attorneys, Modern Law of Contracts covers all aspects of contract law. It emphasizes recurring practical problems and the major differences between contracts governed by the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and those covered by common law, and discusses in depth:

  • Contract formation
  • Determination of content
  • Completing vague or incomplete agreements
  • Material breaches and the doctrine of substantial performance
  • Excuses for nonperformance
  • Warranties
  • Equitable and legal remedies
  • Assessment of damages
  • Right of third-party beneficiaries
  • Assignments
  • Employment relationships
  • The convention on the international sale of goods

This title also:

  • Covers a broad range of contract situations, including family law, real estate, construction, employment, services, and sales
  • Emphasizes recurring practical problems and how to solve them
  • Is conveniently organized by the stages of typical contract transactions from formation through remedies
  • Provides fast, accurate answers to many types of questions on contracts and agreements