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REVIEW TIME Chapter 9: Promissory estoppels, quasi-contract, the UCC, consideration (in-depth) - consideration is what I’m willing to give up for what I want o if someone promises to give me something while I agree to give something up,  that is enough Chapter 10: legality and consent Legality: non-competes, exculpatory clauses( ramsy vs. Richards, probably won’t be tested) Capacity (over-18, not Britney spears) Consent – fraud No feral evidence? Know what contracts need to be in writing Chapter 11 – performance and damages Performance: substantial performance, good faith, strict performance and time is of the essence Force majeures, Act of God, labor shortage, etc Damages, consequential and injunctions…  No mitigation, sth damages Chapter 15 – not the whole chapter From p.397 to end Liability Organize by Employee vs. independent contractor Negligence; Respondeat superior
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2011 for the course LAW 245 taught by Professor Chang during the Fall '10 term at BU.

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