2 edition of utilitarian-economic model of contractual obligation unconscionability at the frontier found in the catalog.
utilitarian-economic model of contractual obligation unconscionability at the frontier
by Law and Economics Programme, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto in [Toronto]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Megan Richardson.|
|Series||Law and economics workshop series -- WS 1995-96 (1)|
|Contributions||University of Toronto. Faculty of Law. Law and Economics Programme.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
REV. , () ("The weaker party, in need of the goods or services, is frequently not in a position to shop around for better terms, either because the author of the standard contract has a monopoly (natural or artificial) or because all competitors use the same clauses."); see also Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl, The Unconscionability Game. This text is machine-read, and may contain errors. Check the original document to verify al document to verify accuracy.
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thing to note is that the entire discussion of paternalism takes place in the larger context of a discussion of the Unconscionability Doctrine (UD) in contract law.
There is a normative dispute about the use of the doctrine. for that possibility attends all promissory obligations. This book examines the role of unjust enrichment in the contractual context, defined as contracts which are (a) terminated for breach, or (b) subsisting, or (c) unenforceable.
The book makes three claims in relation to the orthodox common law account of restitution (founded on unjust enrichment) in the contractual context.
The potential consequences of transactions costs with symmetric information are illustrated in Figure e two parties, A and B, wish to enter into a do so, however, they must expend costs c A and c B, those costs are sunk (e.g., lawyers are retained), the parties bargain over the contract the payoffs, in money, be a and b, by: Analyzing adhesion contracts in light of the evolving law of unconscionability, this article proposes ways in which to regulate mass transactions while preserving a liberty of contract that is Author: Omri Ben-Shahar.
CONTRACTS Wikipedia º Category:Contract case law º Category:Contract law º Category:Sureties º Category:Tort law º Contract º United States contract law • Acquiescence acceptance, agreement or permission by silence, passiveness or by not making objections • Anticipatory repudiation declaration that the contractual party does not intend to abide by contractual obligations.
Party autonomy rallies almost unquestioned support in international contract law. However, it is controversial to define the borders and parameters of party autonomy. The Convention’s contractual theme is announced in parallel provisions that open Chapter II (Obligations of the Seller) and Chapter III (Obligations of the Buyer): Each party must perform all of the obligations "required by the contract" (Arts.
30 infra at § and §). This emphasis on the contract continues throughout the. It would be hard to exaggerate the importance of the unconscionability doctrine to federal arbitration law.
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Since the book is not, first and foremost, about the law, it does not attempt an exhaustive coverage of legal topics. Rather, it tries to tell a coherent “story” about the law. To this end, it focuses on the core common law areas of torts, contracts, and property, along with a discussion of the litigation process and the economics of crime.
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