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Dorsaneo, Texas Litigation Guide
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Professor William V. Dorsaneo III
The chapter details the nature of the remedy of rescission. It also addresses options to terminate a contract, including contracts for the sale of goods. The chapter next discusses the elements of various causes of action wherein the remedy of rescission is available, including misrepresentation, breach of duty, duress, and incapacity. In addition, it covers the related topics of the parol evidence rule and equitable defenses.
The chapter contains a procedural guide illustrating procedures commonly used to bring a suit seeking rescission of a contract and to defend against such a suit, as well as procedures relating to rescission of contracts pursuant to an option to terminate. It includes forms used in a suit for rescission, including petitions for rescission based on fraud, mistake, and breach of fiduciary duty. The chapter also provides a form answer to a petition seeking rescission with defenses. It affords a research guide with links to related constitutional and statutory provisions and rules, case law, annotations, law reviews, periodicals, and treatises.
Dorsaneo, Texas Litigation Guide (Matthew Bender) provides a step-by-step guide to civil procedure in Texas, from filing the petition through appellate procedure, with substantive practice-area topics offering legal background, checklists, forms, and research guides. It covers business entity, commercial, real estate, personal injury, family law, and probate litigation, as well as administrative proceedings.
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See Chapter 21 for information on recovery of damages in a contract action.
See Chapter 21A for information on actions in quasi contract.
See Chapter 50 for information regarding equitable remedies other than specific performance.
See Chapter 53 for information on reformation.
See Chapter 336 for information regarding fraud and related subjects, including alternative remedies.
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