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WLUBU231Daniel J FifeWinter

BU231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Inequality Of Bargaining Power, Quantum Meruit, Equitable Remedy

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4 Mar 2015
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To discharge a contract, the breach must undermine the whole contract or a fundamental term of the contract; only then is the option to discharge the c
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WLUBU231Daniel J FifeWinter

BU231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Intentional Tort, Liability Insurance, Fiduciary

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4 Mar 2015
33
Professionals are people who have specialized knowledge and skills that their clients rely on and are prepared to pay for. Liability may arise from thr
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WLUBU231Daniel J FifeWinter

BU231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Condition Subsequent, Condition Precedent

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4 Mar 2015
38
The way in which a contract may be discharged. Discharge a contract: cancel or end the obligations of a contract; make an agreement or contract inopera
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WLUBU231Daniel J FifeWinter

BU231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Vehicle Insurance, The Undisclosed, Negotiable Instrument

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4 Mar 2015
39
Chapter 11: privity of contract and the assignment of contractual. The limited scope of contractual rights and duties. Third party: a person who is not
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WLUBU231Daniel J FifeWinter

BU231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Standard Form Contract, Fax

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4 Mar 2015
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WLUBU231Daniel J FifeWinter

BU231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Malicious Prosecution, Vicarious Liability, Public Nuisance

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4 Mar 2015
36
Tort: a wrongful act causing harm to the person or property of another. The purpose of tort law is to compensate victims for harm caused by the activit
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WLUBU231Daniel J FifeWinter

BU231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Oral Contract, Miscarriage, Time-Sharing

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4 Mar 2015
40
The effect of the statute of frauds is to make certain types of contracts unenforceable unless they are in writing. Types of contract affected by the s
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WLUBU231Daniel J FifeWinter

BU231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Parol Evidence Rule, Contra Proferentem, Standard Form Contract

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4 Mar 2015
31
There are two approaches to the interpretation of words: Strict (plain-meaning) approach: an approach that restricts interpretation to the ordinary or
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WLUBU231Daniel J FifeWinter

BU231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Ultra Vires, Company Seal, Insurable Interest

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4 Mar 2015
31
The burden of proving essential elements of a contract. After the court presumes an intention to create legal relations, two other elements are present
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WLUBU231Daniel J FifeWinter

BU231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Estoppel, Quantum Meruit, Covenanter

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4 Mar 2015
31
An accepted offer will not be recognized as an enforceable contract unless it has consideration. Consideration: the price for which the promise of the
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WLUBU231Daniel J FifeWinter

BU231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Caveat Emptor, Rescission, Consumer Protection

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4 Mar 2015
39
The rules of equity require that any party asking to have a contract set aside must also be prepared to return whatever benefit he or she received unde
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WLUBU231Daniel J FifeWinter

BU231 Chapter 3-4: BU 231 Chpt.3,4.docx

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20 Feb 2014
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Bu 231 textbook chapters 3 + 4 (tort law, A wrongful act causing harm to the person or property of another: goal is to compensate victims for loss, pun
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