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New York Contract Law (Vol. 28, New York Practice Series)


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Format: Book - hardbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2005
ISBN: 031495998X
Service #: 40316711
Sub #: 40316713
Pages: 1608
Shelf Space: 2 in.
Publication frequency: As needed
Update method: No updating

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New York Contract Law (Vol. 28, New York Practice Series)



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Written by a veteran New York attorney, New York Contract Law covers contract terms and clauses, as well as strategies for creating contracts and protecting client interests. This authoritative treatise offers comprehensive analysis of case law and statutes, and guides you through issues that arise in virtually any commercial transaction in New York, such as:

  • The purchase, sale, and supply of goods and commodities
  • Acquisitions and disposition of companies and assets
  • Licensing and distribution agreements
  • Financing agreements

With some 7,000 case cites and cross-references to Williston and the West Key Number System, this concise volume features discussion of:

  • Damages, related tort claims, and arbitration
  • Limitations on liability
  • Contract formation, including threshold requirements and implied contracts
  • Defenses to the enforcement of a contract
  • Scope and meaning of the contract, plus issues prior to performance
  • Asserting/defending a breach of contract claim
  • Particular obligations, including guaranty and suretyship

New York Contract Law is a valuable research tool for any attorney who deals with New York state contracts, including non-New York state attorneys whose clients and business interests are in New York state.