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Discussions in Contracts: Duress and Undue Influence

December 20th, 2017 · Comments Off on Discussions in Contracts: Duress and Undue Influence · Contracts, Lawdibles Audio

There are three sets of defenses that might be used to avoid enforcement of a contract which is otherwise valid. The topic of this podcast by Professor Jennifer Martin is the basic concepts related to two of the assent related defenses, duress and undue influence. The defense of duress exists to protect against contracts that […]

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Discussions in Contracts: Defenses Overview

November 30th, 2017 · Comments Off on Discussions in Contracts: Defenses Overview · Contracts, Lawdibles Audio

The topic of this podcast by Professor Jennifer Martin is an introduction to defenses to enforcement of a contract based upon defects in the bargaining process, capacity of one of the parties, or public policy.┬áThere are three sets of defenses to enforcement of a contract which is otherwise valid. The first set of defenses relate […]

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Discussions in Contracts: Statute of Frauds

November 21st, 2017 · Comments Off on Discussions in Contracts: Statute of Frauds · Contracts, Lawdibles Audio

The topic of this podcast by Professor Jennifer Martin is the basic concepts related to the types of contracts governed by the statute of frauds — that is, statutes that require evidence of the contract in writing. More particularly, we will look at the categories of contracts governed by the statute, what type of writing […]

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Payment Systems: Being a Holder in Due Course: Personal Defenses

September 11th, 2017 · Comments Off on Payment Systems: Being a Holder in Due Course: Personal Defenses · Lawdibles Audio, Negotiable Instruments

In this podcast┬áProfessor Jennifer Martin will introduce you to the protection afforded a holder in due course from defenses to payment arising from personal defenses. As holder in due course doctrine arises under Article 3 of the Uniform Commercial Code, this topic deals with instruments, typically paper checks and promissory notes. Importantly, holders in due […]

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