Reliable information about trends, developments, and possible abberations in an area as extensive as contracts is difficult to achieve by reading advance sheets as they appear. The preparation of this article has been in part motivated by a desire to acquire such information, related to the Washington decisions of the twenty years just past. Another motivation has been reluctance to let die of inattention a project initiated in 1935 with the publication of the Washington Annotations to the Restatement of the Law of Contracts. Such annotations make the Restatement more useful, and provide ready access to the Washington cases for the practitioner familiar with the Restatement's organization. This discussion has therefore been arranged in terms of the Restatement's major topic headings.
Warren L. Shattuck,
Contracts in Washington, 1937-1957 (Part I),
34 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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