"This overview of contract law explains concepts clearly and concisely, in an informal, often humorous style that has made it popular with students over the years. For ease of reading and understanding, the book refrains from including complex textual footnotes. Instead, the footnotes cite cases, with most including short quotations to substantiate assertions made in the text. The book also contains numerous examples and illustrations. Cross references enable readers to review concepts that constitute building blocks for the current material."--Publisher.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction Bargain theory for enforcing promises and the requirement of an agreement Additional theories for enforcing promises The Statute of Frauds Remedies Policing contracts The parol evidence rule and contract interpretation Conditions and breach Grounds for excusing performance Third parties.
Digital File Characteristics
Source of Description
Online resource (West Academic, viewed October 24, 2018).