promissory condition or condition or promise?

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K Rock
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Re: promissory condition or condition or promise?

Postby K Rock » Thu Mar 21, 2013 3:10 am

Why did you bump this thread from 3 years ago. Does anyone even take contracts in the spring anyways?

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Re: promissory condition or condition or promise?

Postby Davidbentley » Thu Mar 21, 2013 3:14 am

K Rock wrote:Why did you bump this thread from 3 years ago. Does anyone even take contracts in the spring anyways?

And create an account to do it.

I think both uChi and NYU have contracts in winter/spring.

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Re: promissory condition or condition or promise?

Postby Fleetoffoot4 » Thu Mar 21, 2013 3:24 pm

K Rock wrote:Why did you bump this thread from 3 years ago. Does anyone even take contracts in the spring anyways?

Contracts I is a year long course at most accredited law schools (including mine).

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Re: promissory condition or condition or promise?

Postby Fleetoffoot4 » Thu Mar 21, 2013 3:29 pm

Davidbentley wrote:
K Rock wrote:Why did you bump this thread from 3 years ago. Does anyone even take contracts in the spring anyways?

And create an account to do it.

I think both uChi and NYU have contracts in winter/spring.


I am unaware of any rule against reading or posting on a thread based on how long it has been up. Unless you know of such a rule you would like to enlighten me with...

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Re: promissory condition or condition or promise?

Postby K Rock » Thu Mar 21, 2013 6:20 pm

Fleetoffoot4 wrote:I am unaware of any rule against reading or posting on a thread based on how long it has been up. Unless you know of such a rule you would like to enlighten me with...


There's no rule against getting a tattoo on your forehead, that doesn't mean you should do it.

Whoever asked this question 3 years ago has by now graduated.

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Re: promissory condition or condition or promise?

Postby Fleetoffoot4 » Thu Mar 21, 2013 6:47 pm

K Rock wrote:
Fleetoffoot4 wrote:I am unaware of any rule against reading or posting on a thread based on how long it has been up. Unless you know of such a rule you would like to enlighten me with...


There's no rule against getting a tattoo on your forehead, that doesn't mean you should do it.

Whoever asked this question 3 years ago has by now graduated.


And surely, no other law student could possibly have the same question on a difficult topic once the original poster has graduated.

Perhaps you don't understand the purpose of a public forum?

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Re: promissory condition or condition or promise?

Postby K Rock » Thu Mar 21, 2013 8:08 pm

Fleetoffoot4 wrote:[q
And surely, no other law student could possibly have the same question on a difficult topic once the original poster has graduated.

Perhaps you don't understand the purpose of a public forum?


You don't think it's odd that you're the only one who is bumping questions from 3 years ago? If someone else wants answers on the subject then let them bump it. And please tell me that's not how you talk in real life.




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