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1. Contract Formation
a. Meeting of the Minds
b. Consideration
c. Offer and Acceptance
d. Requirement of a Writing: The Statute of Frauds
e. Quasi Contract
f. Conditions Precedent and Subsequent
2. Responsibilities and Authority of Parties Forming a Contract
a. Authority
b. Requirement of Capacity
c. Duties of Parties
d. Third Party Beneficiaries
e. Assignment of Rights
f. Delegation of Duties
3. Unenforceability
a. Public Policy
b. Fraud
c. Unfairness and Unconscionability
d. Mistake and Impossibility
e. Misrepresentation
f. Illegality
g. Impossibility
h. Impracticability
i. Frustration of Purpose
j. Voidable Contracts
k. Void Contracts
l. Undue Influence
4. Contract Modification
a. General Principles
b. Oral Modification
c. Written Modification
d. Ratification
e. Novation
f. Mutual Rescission
g. Waiver
h. Repudiation
i. Cancellation
j. Acquiescence
5. Contract Interpretation
a. General Provisions
b. The Uniform Commercial Code
c. The Parole Evidence Rule
d. Plain Meaning Rule
e. Ambiguous Terms
f. Custom & Usage
g. Additional Terms
h. Different Terms
i. CIF Contract Terms
j. Choice of Law Provisions
6. Performance and Breach
a. Breach Generally - click for more -
A statement of a cause of action for breach of contract requires the pleading of (1) a contract, (2) plaintiff's performance or excuse for non-performance, (3) defendant's breach, and (4) damage to plaintiff therefrom.   - Pac. Grading Corp. v. Constr. Servs. of Samoa, CA No. 43-02, slip op. (Trial Div. May 3, 2012) (order granting ASG’s mot. for summ. j.)

b. Material Breach
c. Substantial Performance
d. Partial Performance
e. Divisible Contracts
f. Anticipatory Repudiation
g. Accord & Satisfaction
h. Duty to Mitigate
7. Remedies
a. Statute of Limitations - click for more -
A contract-breach claim that is not violative of this Territory’s statute of limitations is also not subject to dismissal via laches.   - Pac. Grading Corp. v. Constr. Servs. of Samoa, CA No. 43-02, slip op. (Trial Div. May 3, 2012) (order granting ASG’s mot. for summ. j.)

A statute of limitations defense that could not inure at trial is subject to adjudication and disposal via summary judgment.   - Pac. Grading Corp. v. Constr. Servs. of Samoa, CA No. 43-02, slip op. (Trial Div. May 3, 2012) (order granting ASG’s mot. for summ. j.)

A party defending against a claim may raise a statute of limitations defense to dismiss the claim for the party-seeking-relief's failure to file the claim within the statutory period.   - Pac. Grading Corp. v. Constr. Servs. of Samoa, CA No. 43-02, slip op. (Trial Div. May 3, 2012) (order granting ASG’s mot. for summ. j.)

An amended pleading relates back to the date the un-amended, original pleading was filed. If the original pleading was filed before the statute of limitations period ran, then the claims contained in the amended pleading are not barred by any statute of limitation either.   - Pac. Grading Corp. v. Constr. Servs. of Samoa, CA No. 43-02, slip op. (Trial Div. May 3, 2012) (order granting ASG’s mot. for summ. j.)

A breach of contract action, premised on a written contract must be brought within 10 years from the date of the breach unless   - Pac. Grading Corp. v. Constr. Servs. of Samoa, CA No. 43-02, slip op. (Trial Div. May 3, 2012) (order granting ASG’s mot. for summ. j.)

b. Specific Performance and Injunctions
c. General Measure of Damages
d. Quantum Meruit
e. Liquidated Damages
f. Exemplary Damages
g. Reformation
h. Promissory Estoppel
i. Punitive Damages
j. Attorney Fees
8. Types of Contracts
a. Oral Agreements
b. Bailment Contracts
c. Consignment Contracts
d. Written Contracts