This problems-based casebook covers the full range of sales systems, including those governing domestic sales of goods, leases, international sales, and real estate sales. Refined and improved for its Second Edition, Sales: A Systems Approach makes the study of sales both meaningful and comprehensible. The casebook uses the systems approach to illuminate sales transactions:vivid, practical assignments are keyed to real-life problems - to solve them, students use the UCC, case law, interviews with players in the sales system, actual sales forms and documents, and news stories by emphasizing the institutions and mechanisms used by market participants to conduct transactions, the text reveals how the UCC plays out in practice expanded coverage of sales systems goes beyond domestic sales of goods to include leases, international sales, and real estate sales the clear, accessible writing style facilitates understanding highly appealing and teachable problems explore and explain the law the book is divided into sections by class assignment for ease of teaching When you review the Second Edition, be sure to notice that it: responds to ALI/NCCUSL amendments to UCC Articles 1, 2 and 2A covers major cases, including Hill v. Gateway (sales contract formation), Filanto v. Chilewich (international sales contract formation), Lawrance v. Elmore Bean Warehouse (commercial impracticality), Maxwell v. Fidelity Financial Services (unconscionability), Firewood Manuf. Co. v. General Tire (seller's remedies), Chronister Oil Co. v. Unocal Refining and Marketing (buyer's remedies), and C.I.C. Corp v. Ragtime, Inc. (duty to mitigate in the context of Article 2A lease damages) is accompanied by a comprehensive Teacher's Manual with suggested syllabi and through answers to the problems in the text contains additional cases interpreting the CISGSame facts as part a., except that you knew about the fading problem and not only did you not mention it, you told your classmate that this computer was aquot;super . ... You spot a 1990 Honda Accord for $4, 900 and ask Bob about the car. aquot;Shea#39;s aanbsp;...
|Author||:||Daniel Louis Keating|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Law & Business - 2002|