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ABSTRACT Imagine a world where courts stopped enforcing contracts. There would be a complete breakdown in commerce. Yet courts do not enforce all contracts. Contracts that are the product of fraud or duress, for example, are voidable. The law must strike a balance between protecting legitimate expectations and policing against contract wrongdoing.

GENERE
Consultazione
PUBBLICATO
2011
22 marzo
LINGUA
EN
Inglese
PAGINE
10
EDITORE
Michigan Academy of Science Arts&Letters
DIMENSIONE
335.5
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