Aspen Publishing

PracticePerfect Contracts

Ben Templin, Alexandra Sickler, Kamina A. Pinder


  • ISBN: 9781543852004

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  • Description

    PracticePerfect Contracts is a new visually engaging, interactive study aid to explain commonly encountered legal doctrines through easy-to-understand animated videos, illustrative examples, and numerous practice questions. It was developed by a team of experts in the field of Contracts, including Ben Templin, author of Contracts, A Modern Coursebook and Professor of Law at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, Alexandra Sickler, the Archie Unterseher Endowed Professor at the University of North Dakota School of Law, and Kamina A. Pinder, Director of the Professionalism Program and Professor of Practice at Emory Law.  PracticePerfect Contracts is the ideal study companion for today’s law students.

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    Introduction to Contracts


    Contract Formation: Overview and the Objective Test
    Acceptance: General Concepts
    Acceptance (II): Manner of Acceptance
    UCC Mutual Assent
    Statute of Frauds
    Consideration: Overview
    Consideration: Sub-Issues
    Alternatives to Consideration: Promissory Estoppel and Restitution
    Option Contracts and Firm Offers Under the Common Law and UCC

    Defenses and Excuses

    Defenses to Formation (I): Duress, Misrepresentation, and Nondisclosure
    Defenses to Formation (II): Minor and Mental Incapacity, Unconscionability, Illegality, and Public Policy
    Excuses: Mistake, Changed Circumstances, and Modifications Under Common Law and the UCC

    Contract Terms -- Interpretation and Implication

    Contract Interpretation
    Parol Evidence Rule
    Implied Terms and Warranties Under the UCC and Common Law

    Non-Performance -- Breach, Repudiation, & Conditions

    Breach of Contract under the Common Law and UCC
    Conditions to Performance
    Anticipatory Repudiation under the Common Law and UCC Article 2

    Contract Remedies

    Basic Remedies in Contracts
    Limits on Damages
    Other (Non-Compensatory) Damages
    Specific Performance and Injunctions
    UCC Article 2 Remedies
    Alternatives to the Expectation Interest: Reliance and Restitution

    Third-Party Rights and Duties

    Third-Party Beneficiaries
    Assignment and Delegation