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Sales: Problems and Materials gives students a basic understanding of sales of goods transactions and how Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code is applied to them. Built around a series of problems, the book connects real case studies and the author's original material back to the actual text of Article 2.
Sales: Problems and Materials discusses the scope of the code, how it functions when circumstances of a transaction change, remedies for breach of contract, and the risk of loss. Other topics include performance, warranties, and title. Students will see how the code is a system of inter-related rules that work together to facilitate the sale of goods and resolve any disputes that arise.
Sales: Problems and Materials helps students learn to see the UCC as the primary source of commercial law. It gives students a level of comfort and confidence with Article 2 that will enable them to effectively address the needs of their clients once they enter into practice. The book is ideal for law courses that cover sales transactions.
Larry Bates earned his J.D. from the Marquette University School of Law, and his LL.M from Harvard Law School. He spent nine years in practice as a corporate bankruptcy specialist before joining the faculty of Baylor Law School, where he teaches contracts and commercial law, including international and domestic sales law and secured transactions. Professor Bates also serves as the faculty advisor for the Baylor Law Review. He has written extensively on commercial law and bankruptcy and is a member of the American Bar Association committee to oversee the National Appellate Advocacy Competition.
|Dimensions||8.5 x 0.8 x 11 inches|