Modern Law of Contracts
Written for practicing attorneys, this resource covers all aspects of contract law. Encompasses a broad range of contract situations. Emphasizes recurring practical problems and the major differences between contracts governed by the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and those covered by common law. Conveniently organized by the stages of typical contract transactions. Provides in-depth discussion of contract formation, determination of content, completing vague or incomplete agreements, material breaches and the doctrine of substantial performance, excuses for non-performance, warranties, equitable and legal remedies, assessment of damages, right of third-party beneficiaries, assignments, employment relationships, and the convention on the international sale of goods.
contract, contract law, Uniform Commercial Code, Common law, transactions, contract formation, content, agreements, material breaches, doctrine of substantial performance, non-performance, warranties, legal remedies, damages, third-party beneficiary, assignments, employment relationships.
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Rowley, Keith A. and Hunter, Howard O., "Modern Law of Contracts" (2011). Books. 48.