contract law

    (please find attached the refrence textbook chapter mentioned below) (also please find the RUBRIC attached)

    The general rule of common law in England is that a third party cannot acquire rights under a contract to which he is not a party nor can he be subject to a burden by a contract to which he is not a party. These rules are known as the doctrine of privity of contract. – Ewan McKendrick, Textbook.


    Study the text of Chapter 7, Third Party Rights, and produce an outline of the content of this chapter divided into two parts covering the two main topics:

    The third-party rights. 
    Exceptions to the new third-party right of action (until the end of the chapter).

    Organize your work by topic and format it to differentiate by topic, sections, subsections relevant materials, examples, etc. Use section headings to organize the material in a way that is both organized stylistically and which is meaningful to you.
    Remember to include details of case law
    Provide descriptions and definitions of concepts and terms, as needed.
    The full-text version of your handout should be at least 10-pages in length and size 10-12 point font – Arial, Cambria, Calibri, Courier, or Times. The handout should be in a Word document format.

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