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LGST 101 Session 17: Contracts Overview REVIEW OF SESH 16: Constitutional, history, due process, 5 th and 14 th amendment, due process questions, due process due process due process (know due process), life liberty property, incorporation of the bill of rights (process by which supreme court defines bill of rights to 14 th amendment, state action), substantive due process (some things governments cannot do at all, privacy), Roe v Wade (remarkable document, difficult question, trimesters, viability, “compelling”, maternal health > fetal health, justiciability? (women? Doctor? Married couple?), John Hart Ely critique, why only women?) Session 17: Contracts Overview The private legal management of expectations Two or more parties A plan Legal enforceability Contracts Common Law Uniform Commercial Code (for goods/sales) Contract defined: A set of promises a court will enforce A promise o Manifestation of the intention to act or refrain from acting in a specified way Requirements of a Contract:
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  • Fall '08
  • Miller
  • vs bilateral contracts, John Hart Ely

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