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AAD 650, Unit 3: Contracts 2

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Contracts Two
Unit 3:
I. Defenses to Contract Formation
II. Breach of Contract
III. Damages for Breach of Contract
IV. Contracting with Minors
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1. Is the injured party deprived of a benefit he reasonably expected?
2. Can the injured party be compensated for the benefit deprived?
3. Will the injured party suffer a forfeiture of a right?
4. Will the breaching party likely cure the failure?
5. Does the behavior of the breaching party comport with good faith obligations?
READ: Child Performers, New York State Department of Labor
http://www.labor.ny.gov/workerprotection/laborstandards/secure/child_index.shtm

READ: SAG/AFTRA: The Coogan Law
http://www.sagaftra.org/content/coogan-law
1. Is the injured party deprived of a benefit he reasonably expected?
2. Can the injured party be compensated for the benefit deprived?
3. Will the injured party suffer a forfeiture of a right?
4. Will the breaching party likely cure the failure?
5. Does the behavior of the breaching party comport with good faith obligations?
(1) a clear and unambiguous promise
(2) reasonable, foreseeable reliance by the party to whom the promise is made
(3) injury to the party who had relied on the promise
4.1.5. Liquidated Damages: In the event this lease is terminated due to Licensee’s failure to pay any amount due hereunder, or for any other material breach by Licensee, which material breach is not cured within five (5) business days of receipt of written notice from Licensor, then Licensor shall be entitled to keep the Deposit, as liquidated damages and not as penalty.
a. Illegal Subject Matter
b. Incapacity
c. Duress
d. Unconscionability
e. Statute of Frauds
Specific Performance
Injunction
(1) protect children working in the entertainment and sports industries
(2) prevent disaffirmance
(3) safeguard a minor’s earnings
(1) protect children working in the entertainment and sports industries
(2) prevent disaffirmance
(3) safeguard a minor’s earnings
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