Credits: 5.00
Faculty: Neil B. Cohen, Michael Gerber, Edward Janger, Bailey Kuklin, Arthur Pinto, Lawrence Solan, Winnie Taylor

This course is concerned with the law governing private agreements. The course deals with how contracts are formed; which contracts are valid and enforceable; what constitutes breach of a contract; and what remedies are available when a contract has been breached. Issues relating to the interpretation of contract language, the role of contracts in a market economy, and the policing of unfair bargains are also explored.

Grading and Method of Evaluation

Letter grade only. Final exam.