This course is an introduction to commercial and consumer law and lays the foundation for advanced study in commercial transactions, corporations, restitution, consumer credit, and investment securities. Substantively, the Contracts course deals with how contracts are formed, which contracts are valid, when a contract has been breached and the various remedies for breach, including damages, specific performance, and restitution. The course is also designed to introduce the student to legal methodology and the techniques of statutory interpretation, particularly in connection with the Uniform Commercial Code. This course is offered as a single 4 or 5 credit hour course, or as two 3-credit hour courses, taken sequentially.
For details on class times, days of the week, instructors, and grading and exam details, please view the Michigan Law Class Schedule.