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Affirmative Defenses

Affirmative Defenses

Kung Fu Indian

How Defendants Fight Back

Everything is Included
Only $249 for Complete Course

Basketball SquirrelUse Your Teeth!

The best legal defenses have sharp teeth!

Imagine a basketball team good on offense but clumsy when it comes to snatching the ball from the other side and swishing the net at their own goal!

Bad defense loses on basketbal courts and law courts!

This class explains and lists what we call affirmative defenses.

The defend "affirmatively".

Strike back at your opposition.

Allege facts you can prove that undermine his case.

Do not blindly answer your opponent's allegations!

Defend affirmatively!

Includes

State the facts you must prove.
Use discovery to prove your facts.
Move the court for judgment.
Winning really is this simple!
This course makes it easy!
(Includes Forms & Examples)

  • Introduction
  • Pleading Defenses
  • Dangerous Defenses
  • Absolute Immunity
  • Accord and Satisfaction
  • Act of God
  • Alibi
  • Arbitration and Award
  • Assumption of Risk
  • Coercion
  • Comparative Negligence
  • Consent
  • Contributory Negligence
  • Discharge in Bankruptcy
  • Duress
  • Economic Loss Rule
  • Estoppel
  • Failure of Consideration
  • Failure to Demand
  • Failure to Join Party
  • Failure to Post Bond
  • Failure to State Cause
  • Fraud
  • Futile Act
  • Good Samaritan Doctrine
  • Illegality
  • Impossibility
  • Improper Venue
  • Injury by Fellow Servant
  • Insufficiency of Process
  • Insufficiency of Service
  • Laches
  • Jurisdiction over Person
  • Jurisdiction over Matter
  • License
  • No Irreparable Harm
  • No Prior Course of Dealing
  • Payment
  • Release
  • Res Judicata
  • Self-Defense
  • Sham
  • Statute of Frauds
  • Statute of Limitations
  • Truth
  • Unclean Hands
  • Unconscionability
  • Waiver
  • Conclusion
  • Quiz

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