About the Course

Examines the law relating to formation of contracts; the statute of frauds; third-party beneficiary contracts; assignment of rights and delegation of duties; liability for breach of contract, including the law of conditions and discharge; and the impact of the Uniform Commercial Code on traditional contract theory. You will learn: the basic elements of contract formation, the basic rights and obligations of non-parties, how to draft contract provisions, and to understand the ethical implications of drafting and forming contracts. You also explore problems encountered in contract performance, including discharge of performance and resulting damages, and remedies for breach of contract.

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