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Reliance (Promissory Estoppel): Discussions in Contracts

February 2nd, 2021 · Comments Off on Reliance (Promissory Estoppel): Discussions in Contracts · Contracts, Lawdibles Audio

The topic of this podcast by Professor Jennifer S. Martin is when agreements that are not enforceable as contracts because they are not supported by consideration are nevertheless enforceable due to reliance on the promise, often referred to as promissory estoppel. It discusses reliance as it pertains to gift promises, including charitable donations. The podcast […]

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Legal Issues in Cohabitation of Unmarried Couples – Len Biernat

March 2nd, 2010 · Comments Off on Legal Issues in Cohabitation of Unmarried Couples – Len Biernat · All Posts, Contracts, Family Law, Lawdibles Audio

How can unmarried adults protect their interests when living together outside of marriage? In this Lawdible, Professor Len Biernat answers this question and other legal issues involved in the cohabitation of unmarried couples. Along the way, he covers issues of family law and contract law that go along with this situation. Audio: Legal Issues involving […]

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