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Southeast Transaction Guide
Copyright 2015, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.
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Discharge of Obligations
General Editors: ;Thomas Ritchie (Alabama);Byron Sparber (Florida);and Carl Cofer (Georgia)
The chapter discusses the various methods used in altering existing contract terms and discharging existing contractual obligations in ways other than those originally contemplated by the parties. The first method discussed is modification of a contract through mutual rescission. Next, the chapter details novation and contrasts it with the similar method of accord and satisfaction. It also compares and contrasts accord and settlement to the often-confused method of compromise and settlement. The chapter continues with the method of unilateral rescission, as well as the method of release. Finally, the chapter deals with the method of account stated.
Southeast Transaction Guide is a step-by-step guide that covers a wide variety of transactions for Alabama, Florida, and Georgia. This 20-volume set is broken down into five parts: business entities, estate planning, commercial transactions, real estate transactions, and personal transactions. Each chapter offers a legal background on each transaction covered, emphasizing tax considerations and problem areas, planning guides with checklists, procedural and drafting guides for transaction processing, and necessary forms with commentary, plus citations to leading cases.
Discharge of obligations,discharge of contractual obligations,accord and satisfaction,compromise,settlement,release,contract rescission,contract modification,novation,reformation,account states,mutual rescission,unilateral rescission
RELATED CHAPTERS: (View)
Personal bankruptcy is covered in Chapter 322, and insolvency is treated in Chapter 184. The discharge of a secured obligation on default is covered in Chapter 204.
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