Published October 10, 2002
by West Group .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||154|
Contract Law from a Drafting Perspective by THOMAS HAGGARD, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(2). This item is: Contract Law From a Drafting Perspective, Haggard; 1st ed., ; paperback; ISBN: For fastest delivery, choose Expedited Shipping. We represent the Internet's largest independent legal bookstore!. More information about this seller | . Contract Law From a Drafting Perspective: An Introduction to Contract Drafting for Law Students, by Haggard ISBN: / This law school casebook takes a student beyond knowledge of the substance of contract principles, doctrines, and rules. It contains a concise review of the contract drafting process and the accepted rules of style and usage, with corresponding : $
Synopsis This law school casebook takes a student beyond knowledge of the substance of contract principles, doctrines and rules. It contains a concise review of the contract drafting process and the accepted rules of Pages: Contract law and the role of the contract drafter --The drafting process --Drafting style and usage --Avoiding ambiguities --Definitions --Creating legal consequences --The rules of contract interpretation --The anatomy of a contract transaction --Computer assisted drafting --Contract las dictates contract terms. Scott J. Burnham, Drafting and analyzing Contracts: A Guide to the Practical Application of the Principles of Contract Law This book was published by California Academic Press. It is one of the. User Review - Flag as inappropriate Excellent. I review and draft many contracts in my law practice and frequently refer to this book for clear, concise and logical explanation of why contracts are drafted a certain way when it is not always apparent at first glance. I also see contracts from more established firms that commit many of the contract-drafting malapropisms noted in this book /5(2).
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