Review test 1 - assigner ex Delegee 11 Can you be an...

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Review 1. Understand the difference in a unilateral and mutual mistake 2. Understand the difference in a mistake of fact and a mistake of value a. Understand what the outcome is going to be (number, fact, value mistake) 3. Some kind of Misrepresentation 4. *****There has to be an honest insent / duress of contract. 5. 15. What kind of contracts fall on the statue of frauds. Be able to recognize it, and why does it. 6. Understand the difference between A owing the debt to be… one has to be in writing 7. Contracts show id fail under, but they weren’t written.. court could enforce anyways 8. What has to be in writing 9. Parole evidence.. situations where outside evidence is allowed 10. 16.*******8 Difference between an assignment and delegation… know the assignee
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Unformatted text preview: assigner . . ex. Delegee 11. Can you be an obligor and an assignor 12. Situations where an assignment or delegation cannot be made 13. Third party beneficiaries, intended and innocential 14. 17. Conditions, precedents, subsequent. 15. Definition of tender 16. Know what substantial performance is 17. Material and minor breath… effect of each 18. Different ways parties can agree to descend the contract 19. Anticipatory breach 20. Impossibly, impracticability, temporary impossibly 21. Reasons why a contract can be discharged by the operations of law 22. Frustration purpose...
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