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Contracts and Civil Obligation Course Notes with Appendix Case Guide

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Appendix Case Guide links cases to concepts and rules of Contract Law, and includes relevant legislative sections. Comprehensive yet concise notes for such a large course! They were very helpful for my final exam!

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Contract law Estoppel in English law Offer and acceptance Contract Option contract United States contract law Consideration English contract law Estoppel Illusory promise Privity of contract Posting rule
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Contract law Estoppel in English law Offer and acceptance Contract Option contract United States contract law Consideration English contract law Estoppel Illusory promise Privity of contract Posting rule
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............................................................................................................................................................................. 3 Key Elements of Contracts ................................................................................................................................................................... 4 Formation of a contract ......................................................................................................................................................................... 5 Agreement or Promise.......................................................................................................................................................................... 5 Offer ....................................
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