NOTES FOR EXAM 3

NOTES FOR EXAM 3 - NOTES FOR EXAM 3 Last part of chapter 12...

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NOTES FOR EXAM 3 Last part of chapter 12 Interference w/Contract-elements 1) P has a contract with a third party (not a solid business relationship) 2) D knows about the contract 3) D intentionally interferes w/contract or prevents it performance 4) P is injured by D’s actions CHAPTER 12 Voluntary Consent Fraud o Fraud in the execution o Fraud in the inducement Mistake o Unilateral o Mutual (bilateral) Statute of Frauds Has nothing to do with fraud Means some contracts have to be in writing o Sale of real property o Goods worth over $500 o Contemplation of marriage o Answer for another’s debt (suretyship) ex.kid gets credit card, parents co-sign o Cannot possible be performed w/in one year **Parol evidence- Spelled parol, not parole** AAIGNMENT/DELEGATION Contractual might be assinigned Contractual duties might be DEgated Whenais an assimgnment or delegation allowable? What does it it depend on? First, the terms of the K might prevent it (sublease ex) Does the asinmento rdlegation allowable? Dos the delegation change the nature of what the other party expected to receive
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