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Corporate Officers Beware - Your Signature On A Negotiable Instrument May Be Hazardous To Your Economic Health, Tom Holland Jan 1980

Corporate Officers Beware - Your Signature On A Negotiable Instrument May Be Hazardous To Your Economic Health, Tom Holland

Articles, Chapters in Books and Other Contributions to Scholarly Works

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Contract Modification In Iowa-Recker V. Gustafson And The Resurrection Of The Preexisting Duty Doctrine, Robert A. Hillman Jan 1980

Contract Modification In Iowa-Recker V. Gustafson And The Resurrection Of The Preexisting Duty Doctrine, Robert A. Hillman

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

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Contracts And Commercial Law, James S. Rogers Jan 1980

Contracts And Commercial Law, James S. Rogers

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

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What Is A Security? -- A Redefinition Based On Eligibility To Participate In The Financial Markets, Scott T. Fitzgibbon Jan 1980

What Is A Security? -- A Redefinition Based On Eligibility To Participate In The Financial Markets, Scott T. Fitzgibbon

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

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Wanted: A Strict Contractual Approach To The Private University/Student Relationship, Rebecca H. White Jan 1980

Wanted: A Strict Contractual Approach To The Private University/Student Relationship, Rebecca H. White

Scholarly Works

Institutions of higher education command and receive considerable respect in our society. An apparent corollary of this revered status is the deference accorded colleges and universities by the courts. This deferential attitude is brought into sharp focus when a contractual dispute arises between a private university and one of its students.

It is well settled that the private university/student relationship is contractual in nature. Educational contracts, however, are regarded as possessing unique features that require special consideration; a construction which preserves schools' broad discretionary powers is often viewed as essential. Thus, courts have refused to invoke a strict contractual ...


International Law And The Internationalized Contract, A. A. Fatouros Jan 1980

International Law And The Internationalized Contract, A. A. Fatouros

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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