Exams are coming, are you ready?
Here are some study tools to help you ace those Commercial Law Exams:
Check List Approach
Leibson’s book includes numerous outlines, bullet points, sample essay questions, and answers.
Use this law summary to create your own outline to study for exams.
Stone & Adams’ Uniform Commercial Code in a Nutshell
This book provides a concise but comprehensive introduction to the Uniform Commercial Code. It covers all the major topics of the code, including the process of selling, payment, negotiation, shipping, storage, financing sales, and leasing of goods.
Black Letter Law & Nutshell Approach
Nickles & Matthew’s Black Letter Law and Nutshell on Payments:
Both explain the fundamentals of negotiable instruments-promissory notes, drafts, checks, and certificates of deposit. These books provide an overview of Article 3’s requisites of negotiability and review contract liability, secondary liability conditions, and discharge liability including transfer, and negotiation. These books also discuss warranty, restitution, claims and defenses to instruments, holder in due course, and check collection process.
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