Resisting Termination: Some Comparative Observations

Solene Rowan

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    Abstract

    Termination for Breach of contract releases the parties from their contractual obligations to perform.[1] It is a powerful and definitive device that discharges all unperformed primary obligations under the contract yet to accrue and ends the contractual relationship, often instantaneously.[2] Significant commercial and financial consequences for the parties may ensue. These can be acute for the defaulting promisor. Not only is he deprived of the benefit of the contract; in many cases, he must also compensate the injured promisee in damages for losses caused by breach, possibly including the loss of the bargain.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationDefences in Contract
    EditorsA Dyson, J Goudkamp & F Wilmot-Smith
    Place of PublicationWest Sussex, UK
    PublisherHart Publishing
    Pages163-186pp
    Volume1
    Edition1st
    ISBN (Print)978-1-84946-723-0
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2017

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