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Agreement, Mistake, And Objectivity In The Bargain Theory Of Conflict, Richard Bronaugh Dec 1976

Agreement, Mistake, And Objectivity In The Bargain Theory Of Conflict, Richard Bronaugh

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


Contracts, Patrick A. Reardon Dec 1976

Contracts, Patrick A. Reardon

South Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Toward Maximum Facilitation Of Intent To Create Enforceable Article Nine Security Interests, Harold R. Weinberg Nov 1976

Toward Maximum Facilitation Of Intent To Create Enforceable Article Nine Security Interests, Harold R. Weinberg

Law Faculty Scholarly Articles

Article Nine of the Uniform Commercial Code generally facilitates individual autonomy in the creation of consensual security interests by imposing limited form and content requirements on security agreements. Private autonomy is subordinated, however, where the Article's draftsmen believed that certain other policies required a degree of regulation. Through the process of interpreting and applying a number of Code provisions which set forth the requirements for creating security interests, a court can effectuate what it considers to be the appropriate balance between facilitating the parties' intent to create a security interest and insuring that regulatory policies, such as protecting creditors ...


Minor's Marriage Contract - Absolute Nullity?, Jeanette K. Giddens May 1976

Minor's Marriage Contract - Absolute Nullity?, Jeanette K. Giddens

Louisiana Law Review

No abstract provided.


Choice Of Forum Clauses In International And Interstate Contracts, James T. Gilbert Jan 1976

Choice Of Forum Clauses In International And Interstate Contracts, James T. Gilbert

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Expectancy Damages For Breach Of Contract: A Primer And Critique, David H. Vernon Jan 1976

Expectancy Damages For Breach Of Contract: A Primer And Critique, David H. Vernon

Washington University Law Review

This Article is devoted primarily to describing and analyzing the conceptual framework within which courts traditionally have awarded expectancy damages—the “primer” and “critique” of the title. Expectancy rules lie at the center of traditional theory and are widely accepted. In many instances, however, they create problems in application and thus frequently are ignored by the courts. The existence of several different and contradictory bases for recovery in any given suit creates further problems.


Book Review. Transcending Covenant And Debt, Morris S. Arnold Jan 1976

Book Review. Transcending Covenant And Debt, Morris S. Arnold

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.