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A Critical Examination of Glass V. Nationstar Under Contract Principles

May/June 2019
Member Manny Farach (Fort Lauderdale) authored an article titled "A Critical Examination of Glass V. Nationstar Under Contract Principles" in the May/June issue of The Florida Bar Journal. Mutuality of obligation is the essence of bilateral contracts; contracts either exist enforceable by both parties or they do not exist at all. It is on this point that Glass v. Nationstar either fails traditional contract analysis or heralds a new form of contract.There are arguments on both sides whether Glass represents an unwise approach or merely a balancing of interests; Manny's article analyzes the more fundamental question of whether Glass survives traditional contract analysis. Read the full article here.