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### Terry - Contracts Outline

Course: LAW 503, Fall 2005
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of Types Contracts Types of Ks as to Formation 1. Express formed by language, oral or written 2. Implied formed by manifestations of assent, usually in the form of conduct other than oral or written 3. Quasi-Contract not actually Ks; constructed by courts to avoid unjust enrichment through remedy of restitution. Types of Ks as to Acceptance Classical 1. Bilateral promise for promise only; exchange of mutual...

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