Here's a snippet from my syllabus for SP semester in contracts:
"[Having dealt with issues of contract formation]we now turn to questions of how contracts are interpreted and enforced. We will begin by considering
circumstances under which parties may void or excuse contractual obligations. We then turn to
what happens when parties disagree about what their contract means and learn how courts deal
with ambiguous, extraneous, and missing terms in an agreement. We will then consider issues of
performance and breach, including what remedies a court may apply to compensate the nonbreaching
party. Finally, we will also examine the rights of any third parties who might be
affected by the breach."
Any suggestions? I suppose I am looking for more of a hornbook/treatise than a commerical outline. However, if the outlines are more conducive to learning about unanticipated circumstances, express, implied, and open terms, anticipatory repudiation, material breach versus substantial performance, the perfect tender rule, along with the panoply of remedies, I wouldn't be opposed to investing in one.
Thanks for your suggestions.