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TOC Contracts

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CHAPTER 1:
Sources and Definitions of Contract Law

 

 

§ 1.01 What is a Contract?

 

§ 1.02 Types of Contracts

 

§ 1.03 Sources of Contract Law

 

§ 1.04 Contracts for the Sale of Goods

 

 

CHAPTER 2:
Overview of Contract Formation

 

 

§2.01 Mutual Assent

 

§ 2.02 Basis for Remedy

 

§ 2.03 Contract Formation by Electronic Agents

 

§ 2.04 Receipt of Electronic Communications

 

 

CHAPTER 3:
Offer

 

 

§ 3.01 What is an Offer? Standard

 

§ 3.02 When is the Offer Effective?

 

§ 3.03 Revocation

 

§ 3.04 Termination of the Offer

 

 

CHAPTER 4:
Acceptance

 

 

§ 4.01 Manner of Acceptance

 

§ 4.02 Medium of Acceptance

 

§ 4.03 Notice of Acceptance

 

§ 4.04 When an Acceptance Becomes Effective

 

§ 4.05 Late Acceptance

 

§ 4.06 Terms of Acceptance

 

§ 4.07 Rejection of Offer

 

§ 4.08 Acceptance of Terms on Packaging and in Shrinkwrap and Clickwrap

 

 

CHAPTER 5:
Consideration

 

 

§ 5.01 Elements of Consideration

 

§ 5.02 Sufficiency of Consideration

 

§ 5.03 Enforceable Promises Without Consideration

 

 

CHAPTER 6:
Statute of Frauds

 

 

§ 6.01 Requirements of the Statute of Frauds

 

§ 6.02 Contracts Within the Statute of Frauds

 

§ 6.03 Signature

 

§ 6.04 Avoidance of the Writing Requirement

 

 

CHAPTER 7:
Parol Evidence Rule

 

 

§ 7.01 Parol Evidence Rule

 

§ 7.02 Complete Integration

 

§ 7.03 Partial Integration

 

§ 7.04 Determining Whether a Writing is a Complete or Partial Integration

 

§ 7.05 Merger Clauses

 

 

CHAPTER 8:
Contract Interpretation

 

 

§ 8.01 Approaches to Contract Intepretation

 

§ 8.02 Course of Performance, Course of Dealing, and Trade Usage

 

§ 8.03 Rules of Interpretation

 

§ 8.04 Standards of Preference

 

§ 8.05 Certainty of Terms

 

§ 8.06 Different Meanings Intended by the Parties

 

§ 8.07 Adhesion Contracts

 

 

CHAPTER 9:
Modification

 

 

§ 9.01 Good Faith Modification

 

§ 9.02 Consideration

 

§ 9.03 Writing Requirement

 

§ 9.04 Ineffective Modification as Waiver of Original Terms

 

 

CHAPTER 10:
Promissory Estoppel

 

 

§ 10.01 Defined

 

§ 10.02 Applicability of Doctrine

 

 

CHAPTER 11:
Void and Voidable Contracts

 

 

§ 11.01 Distinction Between Void and Voidable Contracts

 

§ 11.02 Defenses Affecting Assent

 

§ 11.03 Duress, Undue Influence, or Misrepresentation by a Third Party

 

§ 11.04 Remedies in Avoidable Contracts

 

§ 11.05 Defenses Based on Unconscionability, Law and Public Policy

 

 

CHAPTER 12:
Impracticability and Frustration of Purpose

 

 

§ 12.01 Supervening Impossibility and Impracticability of Performance

 

§ 12.02 Partial Impracticability

 

§ 12.03 Supervening Frustration of Purpose

 

§ 12.04 Existing Impracticability and Frustration of Purpose

 

§ 12.05 Temporary Impracticability and Frustration

 

 

CHAPTER 13:
Execution of Contractual Duties

 

 

§ 13.01 Timing of Performance of Duties

 

§ 13.02 Conditions

 

 

CHAPTER 14:
Warranties in Sales of Goods

 

 

§ 14.01 Sellers' Warranties

 

§ 14.02 Disclaimer of Warranties

 

§ 14.03 Implied Warranties Arising from Course of Dealing or Trade Usage

 

 

CHAPTER 15:
Non-Performance and Defective Performance

 

 

§ 15.01 Breach Generally

 

§ 15.02 Anticipatory Repudiation

 

§ 15.03 Non-conforming Tender of Goods

 

§ 15.04 Cure of Non-conformities

 

§ 15.05 Assurance of Due Performance

 

 

CHAPTER 16:
Remedies

 

 

§ 16.01 Types of Remedies

 

§ 16.02 Mitigation of Damages

 

§ 16.03 Seller's Remedies in Sales Contracts

 

§ 16.04 Buyer's Remedies

 

§ 16.05 Remedies in the Case of Insolvency in Goods Contracts

 

 

CHAPTER 17:
Discharge

 

 

§ 17.01 Events that Discharge Contractual Duties

 

§ 17.02 Rescission

 

§ 17.03 Accord and Satisfaction

 

§ 17.04 Substitute Contract

 

§ 17.05 Novation

 

§ 17.06 Account Stated

 

§ 17.07 Release of a Co-obligor

 

 

CHAPTER 18:
Assignment and Delegation

 

 

§ 18.01 Assignment

 

§ 18.02 Delegation of Duties

 

§ 18.03 Interpretation of Assignment Clauses

 

 

CHAPTER 19:
Third Party Contracts

 

 

§ 19.01 Third Party's Right of Enforcement

 

§ 19.02 From Whom Third Party May Seek Enforcement

 

§ 19.03 Vesting of Third Party's Rights

 

§ 19.04 Defenses Against the Third Party Beneficiary

 

 



 



  



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