Gonzaga Law Review
This article addresses a contemporary reigniting of an ages-old conundrum in Anglo-American law. The conundrum results from the collision of two concepts that are usually thought of as mainstays of the law--freedom of contract and free alienability of property--in the context of assignments of receivables.
Gonzaga University School of Law
Neil B. Cohen & William H. Henning,
Freedom of Contract vs. Free Alienability: An Old Struggle Emerges in a New Context,
Gonz. L. Rev.
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