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Statutes: (Additional statutes, regulations & opinions may apply to your specific situation.)

Resources: (Print resources are available at the Minnesota State Law Library and in county law libraries around the state.)

  • Contract, from Wex, the legal encyclopedia from the Legal Information Institute at Cornell.
  • Contracts - Joseph m. Perillo KF801 .C26 2014
  • Contracts in a Nutshell, 8th ed. - Claude D. Rohwer et al.  KF801.Z9 R62 2017.
  • Dunnell Minnesota Digest, Minnesota's legal encyclopedia, article on Contracts.
  • Edward J. Imwinkelried, A Pocketbook on Contracts (LexisNexis, 2015) KF 801 .Z9 I49 2014.
  • Elements of an Action. - David F. Herr (Thomson/West, 2007) Reference Desk KFM5480 .M53. (vol. 28 Minnesota Practice). Chapter 4, Contract Actions.
  • Minnesota Contract Litigation, 2017 ed. - Allen Blair, et al., - LexisNexis KFM5550 .L49.
  • Minnesota Contracts Deskbook, 3rd ed. - William J. Fisher (MN CLE)- KFM5550 .M56 2016.
  • Negotiating, Drafting & Handling Contracts in Minnesota. - MN CLE - KFM5550.Z9 D72 2015.
  • Vital Business Contracts (MN CLE) - KFM5552 .V58 2016
  • Resources on Contracts, from the Minnesota State Law Library.
  • A Manual of Style for Contract Drafting, 4th ed. - Kenneth A. Adams - (American Bar Association, 2017) KF807 .A33 2017.
  • A Short & Happy Guide to Contracts. - David Epstein, et. al., - Thomson/West - KF801.Z9 E674 2012.
  • Understanding Contracts, 3d ed. - Jeff Ferriell - LexisNexis - KF801 .Z9 F46 2014.
  • Your First Contract: How to Review and Draft Contracts (Minnesota State Bar Association, Continuing Legal Education) KFM5550 .Y68 2012.

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