Pretty easy, overall.
Easy course professor gives you everything from the text book.
Learned how to completed briefs and research information on law courses.
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Complete all Case Briefs on time. Facts: Mr. James Halbman was a minor who worked at a gas station located in Greenfield, WI. Mr. Halbman paid $1,000 in cash for a car, with a payment plan for the remaining amount of money due on the car. He took the car took to a garage a month later because a connecting rod in the engine broke and had repairs totaling $637.40 done to the car, which he didn't pay. Mr. Lemke later transferred title of the car in an attempt to avoid being liable for the car he sold to Mr. Halbman. Mr. Halbman then returned the title, disaffirmed the contract and sought recovery of his money. He also left the car at the repair shop, and the repair shop took possession of the car. The repair shop removed the engine, and transmission to satisfy the debt that was owed to them. The repair shop then had the car towed to Mr. Halbman's fathers home where it was later vandalized, and this made it unsalvageable. Issues: Can a minor who has disaffirmed a contract for the purchase of property which was not a necessity and gave the property back to the vendor still be liable? Also does the minor have to make restitution for damage to the property prior to the disaffirmance? Holdings: A minor who disaffirms a contract can recover the price of the property without liability for use, depreciation, damage, or other diminution in value. Rationale: The minor has absolute right to disaffirm a contract for the purchase of items which are not necessities. The infancy doctrine gives the minor the ability to disaffirm the contract. The doctrine is designed to protect minors.