Extension_Cord wrote:crossarmant wrote:r6_philly wrote:I really like the fact that we are not learning the same things in the same courses.
My Contracts professor is adamantly Anti-UCC and CISG. I'm reviewing using CALI and E&E and half the explanations are useless since he's specifically said to ignore pretty much all of the UCC.
How can he be anti-UCC? Thats a substantial part of contracts.
It's less that he's anti-UCC, but he believes the UCC is poorly written and that the principles we discuss in class embody the rules of the UCC without having to remember the absurd numbers of the rules. No complaints on my end, I'd much rather learn the principles and how to apply them than to remember the numerical naming of specific rules for such an application.
$peppercorn wrote:alicrimson wrote:I don't think so. I believe the payment is consideration for leaving the offer open for the specified time period. Essentially, you are paying them to let you have time. If you could get unjust enrichment for not accepting, this open offer wouldn't really be good for anything. This is just my interpretation. Its not based on a restatement. It just seem intuitive to me. I could be wrong.
If they deny the option, they still get what they bargained for. The right to decide on the offer for however long the option was open.
Thank you, guys. That's what I thought.