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CAPSULE SUMMARY


This Capsule Summary is intended for review at the end of the semester. Reading it is not a substitute for mastering the material in the main outline. Numbers in brackets refer to the pages in the main outline where the topic is discussed. The order of topics is occasionally somewhat different from that in the main outline.

Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION

I. MEANING OF “CONTRACT”

A. Definition: A “contract” is an agreement that the law will enforce.

1. Written v. oral contracts: Although the word “contract” often refers to a written document, a writing is not always necessary to create a contract. An agreement may be binding on both parties even though it is oral. Some contracts, however, must be in writing under the Statute of Frauds.

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