Contracts beginning with Remedies

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lorrum88
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Contracts beginning with Remedies

Postby lorrum88 » Sat Aug 25, 2012 11:40 pm

Let me be short and to the point.

Contracts -->book-->Dawson-->Remedies first. I find it difficult. I am not upset by this beginning but I would like "helpful" advice that is not full of flaming/trolling.

Is there a resource/supplement that is available that breaks the remedies down into math equations such that it may resemble?-->

Market Value
- Value at Delivery = This type of Remedy equation is for X type of contracts
______________
=Remedy


Clearly, I need lots of help. This was an example and a poor one I am sure; however, this gives I believe a basic idea of what I am asking.
Thank you for your help.

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I.P. Daly
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Re: Contracts beginning with Remedies

Postby I.P. Daly » Sat Aug 25, 2012 11:52 pm

lorrum88 wrote:Let me be short and to the point.

Contracts -->book-->Dawson-->Remedies first. I find it difficult. I am not upset by this beginning but I would like "helpful" advice that is not full of flaming/trolling.

Is there a resource/supplement that is available that breaks the remedies down into math equations such that it may resemble?-->

Market Value
- Value at Delivery = This type of Remedy equation is for X type of contracts
______________
=Remedy


Clearly, I need lots of help. This was an example and a poor one I am sure; however, this gives I believe a basic idea of what I am asking.
Thank you for your help.


I learned remedies using Cali.

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gdane
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Re: Contracts beginning with Remedies

Postby gdane » Sat Aug 25, 2012 11:54 pm

Don't feel bad. My contracts course started with the CISG and then 2-209.

Take a look at the contracts crunchtime. it did a great job of breaking down remedies by buyer and seller. Also, if you're UCC stuff, take a look at The ABCs of the UCC. This book made the 2-700 section easy to understand.

Good luck.




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