Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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You must read this very short introduction How to form a contract : the basics Understand the relationships among three critical phrases More about offers : invitations to deal and indefiniteness More about offers : advertisements, solicitations, and signatures How offers die Counter-offer and the mirror-image rule When acceptance, revocation, and rejection take effect Mode or manner of acceptance; unilateral and bilateral contracts More about the offeree who accepts by performing an act Uniform Commercial Code : offer and acceptance Consideration, part I Consideration, part II Consideration, part III : the subtleties The statute of frauds : a "defense" in a suit for breach Incapacity to form a contract Illegal contracts How we interpret contracts The parol evidence rule Duress, undue influences, and unconscionability Condition and contingency Interpretation as to allocation of risk : mistake, frustration, and impracticability Warranty Third-party beneficiaries, assignment, and delegation Breach, remedies, and damages, part I Breach, remedies, and damages, part II Breach, remedies, and damages, part III Breach, remedies, and damages, part IV Breach, remedies, and damages, part V Breach, remedies, and damages, part VI Closing closers.