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Glannon Guide to Sales: Learning Sales Through Multiple-Choice Questions and Analysis, Third Edition

Scott J. Burnham


  • ISBN: 9781543806175

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    Law school classroom lectures can leave you with a lot of questions. Glannon Guides can help you better understand your classroom lecture with straightforward explanations of tough concepts with hypos that help you understand their application.

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    Page Count 448
    Published 12/18/2018
  • Additional Product Details

    Publication Date: 11/13/2017
    Copyright: 2018
    Pages: 448
    Paperback: 9781454850076
    Digital Only Casebook Connect: 9781543806175
    Ebook: 9781454895138

    Summary of Contents


    Chapter 1: A Very Short Introduction
    A. Introduction to Sales and Leases
    B. Answering Multiple-Choice Questions
    C. How to Use This Book
    Chapter 2: Working with the Uniform Commercial Code
    A. Introduction
    B. Working with the Code
    C. UETA
    D. Closers
    Chapter 3: The Scope of Article 2
    A. Transactions in Goods
    B. Study Aids
    C. Closers
    Chapter 4: Some Key Concepts: Goods, Merchants, Good Faith, and Policing the Agreement
    A. Goods
    B. Merchants
    C. Good Faith
    D. Policing the Agreement
    E. Closers
    Chapter 5: Formation
    A. Introduction
    B. Firm Offers: § 2-205
    C. Unilateral Contracts: § 2-206
    D. Gap Fillers: § 2-204
    E. The Battle of the Forms: § 2-207
    F. Closers
    Chapter 6: The Parol Evidence Rule
    A. Introduction
    B. The Parol Evidence Rule
    C. Closers
    Chapter 7: Interpretation and Modification
    A. Introduction
    B. Interpretation
    C. The Code Hierarchy of Interpretation
    D. Modification
    E. Closers
    Chapter 8: The Statute of Frauds
    A. The Statute of Frauds — the General Rule
    B. Exceptions
    C. Are the Code Provisions Exclusive?
    D. Closers
    Chapter 9: Warranties
    A. Introduction
    B. Express Warranty: § 2-313
    C. Implied Warranty of Title and Against
    Infringement: § 2-312
    D. Implied Warranty of Merchantability: § 2-314
    E. Implied Warranty of Fitness for a Particular
    Purpose: § 2-315
    F. The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act
    G. Closers
    Chapter 10: Disclaimer of Warranties
    A. Introduction
    B. Disclaimer of Express Warranties: § 2-316(1)
    C. Disclaimer of Implied Warranties: § 2-316(2)
    and (3)
    D. The Requirement of “Conspicuousness”
    E. Disclaimer of the Warranty of Title and the
    Warranty Against Infringement: § 2-312(2)
    F. Conflicts Among Warranties: § 2-317
    G. Limitation of Remedies: § 2-719
    H. Closers
    Chapter 11: Third-Party Beneficiaries
    A. Vertical Privity
    B. Horizontal Privity
    C. Vertical and Horizontal Privity
    D. Notice
    E. Closers
    Chapter 12: The Code Scheme for Performance
    A. Introduction
    B. The Code Scheme
    C. Closers
    Chapter 13: Delivery and Shipment
    A. Introduction
    B. The Default Rules
    C. The Installment Contract
    D. “Shipment” and “Delivery” Contracts
    E. Title
    F. Closers
    Chapter 14: Excuse of Performance
    A. Introduction
    B. Excuse of Nonperformance
    C. Notice, Allocation, and Buyer’s Options
    D. Closers
    Chapter 15: Assurances and Reclamation
    A. Introduction
    B. Anticipatory Repudiation
    C. Demand for Assurances
    D. Right of Reclamation
    E. Closers
    Chapter 16: Seller’s Remedies
    A. Introduction
    B. Buyer in Breach; Buyer Has Goods
    C. Buyer in Breach; Seller Has Goods
    D. Closers
    Chapter 17: Buyer’s Remedies
    A. Introduction
    B. Seller in Breach; Seller Has Goods
    C. Seller in Breach; Buyer Has Goods
    D. Closers
    Chapter 18: Limitation of Remedies
    A. Introduction
    B. Liquidated Damages
    C. Exclusive or Limited Remedy
    D. Limitation of Consequential Damages
    E. Closers
    Chapter 19: Assignment and Delegation
    A. Introduction
    B. Assignment of Rights
    C. Delegation of Duties
    D. Common Drafting Mistakes
    E. Remedies
    F. Closers
    Chapter 20: The Statute of Limitations
    A. Introduction
    B. What Is the Duration of the Statute of
    C. What Event Triggers the Running of the Statute
    of Limitations?
    D. What Events Toll the Statute of Limitations?
    E. Third-Party Issues
    F. Closers
    Chapter 21: Article 2A: Leases of Goods
    A. Introduction
    B. Definition of Lease
    C. Consumer Leases
    D. Finance Leases
    E. Rent-to-Own Transactions
    F. The Substance of Article 2A
    G. Remedies
    H. Closers
    Chapter 22: Software Transactions
    A. Introduction
    B. Scope
    C. Standard Form Transactions
    D. Warranties
    E. Remedies
    F. Closer
    Chapter 23: International Sales Transactions
    A. Introduction
    B. The United Nations Convention on the
    International Sale of Goods (CISG)
    C. The UNIDROIT Principles
    D. Closers
    Chapter 24: Closing Closers: Some Practice Questions
    A. Question Set I
    B. Question Set II

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