ARE THERE DAMAGES? (see Shaheen v Knight (kids are not damages - sometimes a breach does not caus...

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ARE THERE DAMAGES? (see Shaheen v Knight (kids are not damages - sometimes a breach does not cause damages) by Mind Map: ARE THERE DAMAGES? (see Shaheen v Knight (kids are not damages - sometimes a breach does not cause damages)

1. Yes

1.1. Was there an actual contract?

1.1.1. Yes

1.1.1.1. Is it a transaction in goods? See U.C.C. 2-105: Def. of Goods. Also, see Cook v. Downing - courts will interpret things differently sometimes. Predominant Test (majority) or Gravaman Test (minority)

1.1.1.1.1. Yes

1.1.1.1.2. No

1.1.2. No

1.1.2.1. Is there a quasi-contract (quantum meruit)? See Cotnam v. Wisdom & Martin v. Little, Brown Co. (see Rest. § 371)

1.1.2.1.1. No

1.1.2.1.2. Yes

2. No

2.1. then nothing is recoverable