Bayliner Marine Corp.
ON LAW SCHOOL EXAMS
FOR MULTI-STATE USE.
The Advanced Law Student Learning Series
By Edward Paul Reyes, J.D., M.Ed.
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Table of Contents
Section 1: Description of Case.
Section 2: What This Case Has To Do With Your Exam.
Section 3: Main Headings Under Contracts.
Section 4: Categorize Under The Main Headings.
Section 5: Key Notes From This Case.
Section 6: Holding For Exam Purposes & The Take Away.
Section 7: Translation Into Exam Language.
Section 8: Matrix Template And This Case.
SECTION 2: A GENERAL OVERVIEW – WHAT THIS CASE HAS TO DO WITH YOUR EXAM
Black Letter Law From Case.
What does this case have to do with the law school exam? Below is the content that is applicable to the law school exam. Below is the issue and an element of the rule that is found in this case.
An express warranty can be created in the offer.
SECTION 3: MAIN HEADINGS UNDER CONTRACTS
Here are the major areas under contracts. Consider this a road map and take time to memorize these main headings.
SECTION 4: CATEGORIZE UNDER THE MAIN HEADINGS
The holding in this case is translated here in the form of an element.
Commentary: This case involves the sale of a good (the boat). As such, the UCC will apply. This distinction is important because there may be special rules when at least one merchant is present. Moreover, there will usually be a seller and a buyer.
The buyer argued that the seller made an express warranty that the boat could achieve a maximum speed of 30 miles per hour.
Did the seller’s offer include an express warranty regarding the speed of the boat?
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