• 1.Today: Private Law:Contract Law
  • 2. Obama! Obama! Obama!
  • 3. California Proposition 8 Could it happen in Canada?
  • 4. Oh, and about your papers...
  • 5. And now,back to your regular scheduled programming…… kind of…
  • 6. Pair up! Sell something!Over here? Over here? You’re selling.You’re buying.
  • 7. Now, tell us about your agreement.
  • 8. Mustapha v. Culligan, [2005] O.J. 1469.Now updated: Mustapha v. Culligan, 2008 SCC 27.Ratio?
  • 9. Key concepts in Contract Law a contract • 3 requirements of• Meeting of the minds• Consideration• Intention to enter into legal relationship • Courts generally hands−off, but aim to enforce intention of the parties • Circumstances when Courts won’t enforce contract • Damages • Remoteness
  • 10. Next class…• Private Law: Contract Law • Case(s) to be posted soon!
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    CML2117 Introduction to Law, 2008 - Lecture 17 - Contract Law

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    Overview of Contract Law in Canada, highlighting some of the key concepts in the field
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    • 1.Today: Private Law:Contract Law
  • 2. Obama! Obama! Obama!
  • 3. California Proposition 8 Could it happen in Canada?
  • 4. Oh, and about your papers...
  • 5. And now,back to your regular scheduled programming…… kind of…
  • 6. Pair up! Sell something!Over here? Over here? You’re selling.You’re buying.
  • 7. Now, tell us about your agreement.
  • 8. Mustapha v. Culligan, [2005] O.J. 1469.Now updated: Mustapha v. Culligan, 2008 SCC 27.Ratio?
  • 9. Key concepts in Contract Law a contract • 3 requirements of• Meeting of the minds• Consideration• Intention to enter into legal relationship • Courts generally hands−off, but aim to enforce intention of the parties • Circumstances when Courts won’t enforce contract • Damages • Remoteness
  • 10. Next class…• Private Law: Contract Law • Case(s) to be posted soon!
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