Contracts Texts: Restatement 2d Contracts, UCC Article 2 and CISG
Highly regarded by law professors and students alike, Professor Byrne’s Contracts text is the only to include the entirety of Restatements 2d, as well as UCC Article 2, with just the right amount of comments.
This handsome 700 page paperback volume brings to you the full richness of these primary sources of the law of contracts. Unlike all other Contracts supplements, this text provides 100% of the Restatement 2d Comments and Illustrations. UCC Article 2 (1995) is also reprinted including all of the Official Comments - plus the relevant sections from UCC Articles 1 and 9.
What is Included
- UCC Article 1 (Selected Provisions)
- UCC Article 2
- UCC Article 9 (Selected Provisions)
- Restatement (Second) Contracts
- UNIDROIT (Selected Provisions)
- Statute of Fraud Provisions (CA, FL, IL, MA, MI, NY, PA, TX, VA)
- INCOTERMS 2010
- Restatement (Third) Restitution and Unjust Enrichment (Selected Provisions)
Professors interested in requiring this book for their class should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Our Director, Professor James Byrne, a retired contracts professor at George Mason University School of Law, compiled and edited this supplement to use when teaching Contracts. While other supplements contain redacted portions of the Restatement 2d, Professor Byrne found that the Comments and Illustrations clearly demonstrated the meanings of the Restatement rules and are absolutely necessary in the proper understanding and application of these rules. No other statutory supplement available for the study of Contracts contains in one volume the ENTIRE Restatement 2d - Text, Comments and Illustrations - along with the UCC Article 2 and relevant UCC Articles 1 and 9 sections as well as the CISG.
Several Professors commented on how useful the supplement is, and now many of the top Contracts professors in the country require it for their contracts students including Prof. Jim White "I have used the supplement for 4 years at Michigan and elsewhere with great success. The book has just enough material- not only Article 2 and the Restatement but also the comments to both- and not too much. Having the Restatement in the hands of the students helps them over some of the rough spots in learning contracts." - James J White