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LAWG 100D1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 72 pages long!)

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Law General
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LAWG 100D1
Alexander Pless

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[LAWG 100D1] Comprehensive fall guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS WEEK 1: th September 13 Professor Jukier research focuses 1. Remedial aspect of contract law --remedies for breach of contract 2. Intersection between religion and contract law 3. Legal pedagogy Syllabus: • Bring Civil Code to class EVERYDAY • All other readings are on MyCourses • Recommended Sources: For instances where pieces of law just don't click o Civil law: 7th edition of Les Obligations o Common law: J.D. McCamus, the law of contracts (2012) Contractual Obligations: • Contracts is a foundational law course o More relevant to our everyday lived o Contracts form PRIVATE law • Reflects relationships between private individuals • Obligations o "is a juridical link between people whereby one of them, a debtor, is bound to do or not to do something to the other, a creditor" (art 1373 C.C.Q) o They can arise involuntarily (ECO) ex: you broke your neighbours window o They can arise voluntarily through juridical acts • Bilateral - requires two entities
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