Course Details

Contracts II: UCC Article 2 (Sales Law)

This course provides a practical approach to understanding the law of Sales embodied in Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code. The course covers the formation of sales contracts (including offer and acceptance, rejection, revocation, the terms of sales contracts, the statute of frauds, and the "battle of the forms"). We also analyze who suffers the risk of loss when goods are destroyed, express and implied warranties, disclaimers of warranties, and the buyers' and sellers' remedies for breach. This course is a distance course. Except for an in-person introductory session before the summer begins, physical presence at the Law School is not required. This online course is taught in a primarily asynchronous manner. Students have the option to take the course in a primarily synchronous manner (a requirement for any online course credit for students planning to sit for the New York bar exam). Method of Evaluation: Final examination; group problem presentation (online); participation Reading Materials: Sales: A Systems Approach (5th edition) (Daniel Keating) NOTE the following rules for distance courses: -You may not enroll in more than one distance course in any term, including the summer term. -You may earn no more than 12 credits in distance courses towards the JD degree.

Catalog Number: BUSCOM 605D

Course History

Summer 2017
Title: Contracts II: UCC Article 2 (Sales Law)
Faculty: Tiller, Emerson H. (courses | profile)
Section: 1     Credits: 3.0
Capacity: 40     Actual: 35