LAW-2091: Contracts and Sales II

Credits 3
Academic Level

This course continues the study of the basic principles of both the common law of contracts and sales of goods under Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code. It focuses on offer and acceptance under Article 2; warranties under Article 2; remedies under Article 2 for nonperformance or threatened nonperformance; the Statute of Frauds; the parol evidence rule and interpretation of the contract; promises and conditions; anticipatory repudiation; third-party beneficiaries; and assignment of rights and delegation of duties. Particular attention is given to those areas where there is divergence between the common law rules and the provisions of Article 2. Foundational skills taught in the course will include identifying and addressing potential legal issues that arise both in contract drafting and subsequently in contract disputes between the parties.

Required Prerequisites
Course Frequency
Offered at least once per academic year.