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sMBE NOTES A. INDIVIDUAL LIBERTIES ................................................................................................. 20 1. STATE ACTION. REQ .................................................................................................. 20 2. LEVELS OF SCRUTINY ............................................................................................... 20 3. PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS .................................................................................... 20 4. SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS (Law effect s of all ppl to engage in conduct/activity) .......................................................................................................... 20 5. ETC. INDIVIDUAL LIBERTIES ...................................................................................... 20 6. TAKINGS CLAUSE ...................................................................................................... 20 7. EQUAL PROTECTION – APPLIES IF A RIGHT IS DENIED TO SOME BUT NOT TO OTHERS 21 B. 1ST AMENDMENT PROTECTIONS ................................................................................. 21 8. RELIGIOUS FREEDOMS .............................................................................................. 21 9. FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION (3 REQS FOR GOV TO PROHIBT MEMBERSHIP/ASSOC).21 10. ................................................................................................. FREEDOM OF SPEECH 21 C. CONTRACTS .................................................................................................................. 27 D. A. FORMATION .................................................................................................................. 27 11. 1. ........................................................................................................ MUTUAL ASSENT 27 12. 2. ......................................................................................................... CONSIDERATION 27 13. 3. .............................................................................................. ~FORMATION DEFENSE 27 E. B. TERMS OF K ................................................................................................................. 27 14. 1. ..................................................................... Parol Evidence Rule &n Integration of K 27 15. 2. .................................................................................................. UCC term provisions 27 F. C. PERFORMANCE & EXCUSE OF PERFORMANCE ............................................................. 27 16. 1. ............................................................................................................. Common Law 27 17. 2. ............................................................................................................................ UCC 27 18. 3. ................................................................... Conditions – duty to perform obsolete 27 19. 4. ...................................................................................................... Discharge of Duty 27 G. D. BREACH ....................................................................................................................... 27 20. 1. ................................................................................................. Common Law Breach 27 21. 2. ........................................................................................... UCC - Perfect tender rule 27 22. 3. ............................................................................................ Anticipatory repudiation 28 23. 4. .................................................................................................... Breach of warranty 28 H. E. REMEDIES .................................................................................................................... 28 24. 1. .............................................................................................. Equitable (~monetary) 28 1
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25. 2. ............................................................................................................ Damages ($$) 28 26. 3. .................................................................................................................. Restitution 28 27. 4. .................................................................................................................. Rescission 28 28. 5. ............................................................................................................... Reformation 28 29. 6. .................................................................................................. UCC – Statute of Lim 28 I. F. THIRD PARTY RIGHTS & DUTIES ................................................................................... 28 30. 1. ................................................................................................ 3 rd Party Beneficiaries 28 31. 2. ............................................................ Assignment / delegation of rights and duties 28 32. 3. ............................................................................................ Novation – distinguished 28 33. 4. .............................................. ~owner power to transfer title of good to a purchaser 28 J. I ........................................................................................................................... Formation ........................................................................................................................................ 29 34. A ............................................................................................................. Mutual assent 29 35. B ................................................................................................................. Acceptance 29 36. C ............................................................................................................. Consideration 29 K. II.Defenses to contract formation ................................................................................... 29 37. A .................................................................................................... Formation defenses 29 38. B ...................................................................................................... capacity Defenses 29 39. C ........................................................................................................ Statute of frauds 29 L. I ........................................................................ POSSESSORY RIGHHTS IN REAL PROPERTY ........................................................................................................................................ 32 40. A ...................................................................................................... PRESENT ESTATES 32 41. B ........................................................................................................ FUTURE ESTATES 32 42. A ........................................................................................................................... Jt ten 33 43. B ..................................................................................................................... T in com. 33 44. C ............................................................................................................... T by entirety 33 M. III ....................................................................................................... LEASEHOLD ESTATES 33 45. A .................................................................................................... Types of leaseholds 33 46. B ..................................................................................................................... LL duties 33 2
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47. C ...................................................................................................................... T duties 33 48. D ......................................................................................................... Assign/sublease 33 N. IV ................................................................. NONPOSSESSORY RIGHTS IN REAL PROPERTY 33 49. A ................................................................................................................ EASEMENTS 33 50. B ........................................................................................................ LICENSE / PROFIT 33 51. C ........................................................................................................ Real COVENANTS 33 52. D ............................................................................................................... EQUIT SERV: 34 53. E ....................................................................................................................... NOTICE 34 O. V. ACQUISITION OF REAL PROPERTY ................................................................................ 34 54. A ............................................................................................ ADVEWRSE POSSESSION 34 55. B ........................................................................................ SALE OF REAL PROPERTY K 34 56. C ........................................................................................ DEEDS TO REAL PROPERTY 34 57. D ................................................................................................................. FINANCING 34 P. EVIDENCE ....................................................................................................................... 35 Q. I ..................................................................................................................... PRES OF EVID ........................................................................................................................................ 36 58. A ............................................................ INTRODUCTION OF EVID/PRESUMPTIONS/ETC 36 59. B ..................................................................................................................... IMPEACH 36 R. II.RELEVANCY/REASONS TO EXCLUD ............................................................................... 36 60. A ................................................................................................................. RELEVANCY 36 61. B ................................................................................................................ CHARACTER 36 62. C ............ AUTHENTICATION/IDENTIFICATION, REAL AND DEMON EVID & EXPERT TEST 36 S. III .......................................................................................................................... HEARSAY 36 63. A ..................................................................................................................... DEFINED 36 64. B ............................................................................................................... EXCEPTIONS 36 T. IV ............................................................................. PRIVILEGES, POLICY EXCLUSIONS, ETC 37 U. INDIVIDUAL LIBERTIES ................................................................................................. 52 65. ................................................................................................... STATE ACTION. REQ. 52 66. .................................................................................................. LEVELS OF SCRUTINY 52 3
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67. ...................................................................................... PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS 52 68. ...................... SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS (Law effect s of all ppl to engage in conduct/activity) .......................................................................................................... 52 69. ........................................................................................ ETC. INDIVIDUAL LIBERTIES 52 70. ........................................................................................................ TAKINGS CLAUSE 52 71. ........... EQUAL PROTECTION – APPLIES IF A RIGHT IS DENIED TO SOME BUT NOT TO OTHERS ....................................................................................................................... 53 V. 1ST AMENDMENT PROTECTIONS ................................................................................. 53 72. ................................................................................................ RELIGIOUS FREEDOMS 53 73. ...FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION (3 REQS FOR GOV TO PROHIBT MEMBERSHIP/ASSOC) 53 74. ................................................................................................. FREEDOM OF SPEECH 53 W. III ......................................................................................................................... Formation 59 75. A ............................................................................................................. Mutual assent 59 76. B ................................................................................................................. Acceptance 59 77. C ............................................................................................................. Consideration 59 X. IV ........................................................................................ Defenses to contract formation 59 78. A .................................................................................................... Formation defenses 59 79. B ...................................................................................................... capacity Defenses 59 80. C ........................................................................................................
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