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A favorite among successful students, and often recommended by professors, the unique Examples & Explanations series gives you extremely clear introductions to concepts followed by realistic examples that mirror those presented in the classroom throughout the semester.
This book is written in a student-friendly style designed to facilitate learning and comprehension. In addition the book is up-to-date and contains the latest decisions from the United States Supreme Court and the lower federal and state courts.
Black Letter Outlines are designed to help a law student recognize and understand the basic principles and issues of law covered in a law school course. Black Letter Outlines can be used both as a study aid when preparing for classes and as a review of the subject matter when studying for an examination. Each Black Letter Outline is written by experienced law school professors who are recognized national authorities in their subject area.
This Nutshell explains what remedies are and their history. Examines the basic rules for legal and equitable remedies, injunctions, damages, restitution, rescission, reformation, and specific performance. Explains how remedies are used for injuries to realty, personal property and money, personal interests, misrepresentation, mistake, duress, and breach of contract. Also addresses restitution for unenforceable contracts.
Authoritative text illustrates the possible applications of difficult rules, explains requirements, assesses arguments, and offers options in uncertain situations. Reviews equity and nonmonetary remedies, principles of damages, and restitution. Details harms to interests in tangible property, explores interference with economic rights, and discusses invasion of civil rights and dignitary interests. Addresses personal injury, fraud, and other unconscionable conduct. Also identifies mistakes in contracting and gift transactions, remedies for breach of contract, and unenforceable contracts.