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Principles of Private Law Notes

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The notes cover all the topics and cases for contracts discussed in class and outlined in the prescribed casebook and textbook, beginning with classical theory.

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Law Tort law Contract law Judicial remedies English law Common law Tort Contract Damages Fiduciary Misrepresentation Duty of care
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Law Tort law Contract law Judicial remedies English law Common law Tort Contract Damages Fiduciary Misrepresentation Duty of care
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ch of which the law will provide a remedy • Contract - expression of the joint will of parties engaged in a transaction • Contractual obligations are voluntarily assumed + sharply distinguishable from obligations imposed by the law of tort • Role of contract law is to facilitate the freedom of the parties to create their own private law Contractual obligation is based on the moral obligation to keep a promise (Charles Fried) • Moral obligation arises from the making of promise, bc promisor has invoked a convention that gives the promisee moral grounds to expect the promised performance Contract is based on consent (Randy Barnett) • Consent to a transfer of entitlements, rather than promise, that gives contract law its force • Legal enforcement of a contractual promise is justified bc parties have consented to legal enforcement/behaved in a way to indicate they’ve co...
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