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With the help of decided case and statutory provision advice on:- A. The various ways of discharging a contract B. Remedies for breach of contract
The essay uses decided cases and statutory provisions to advice on the various ways of discharging a contract and the various remedies of breach of contract.
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With the help of decided case and statutory provision advice on:- A. The various ways of discharging a contract B. Remedies for breach of contract A ).A contract may be discharged (contaminated) when the parties to it are feed from the mutual obligations. A contract may be discharged in any one of the following ways:- (i) Performance (ii) Agreement (iii) Breach (iv) Impossibility or frustration (v) Lapse of time (vi) Operation of law (i) Performance A contract may be discharged by performance when both parties fulfill these obligations under the contract and nothing remains to be completed. It is important for the discharge of contract be strict under the sale of goods. Act ...
... agreed to work only for a certain employer and then, in breach of contract worked for rival company. Although he employer would not have been able to obtain an order for specific performance of the original contract for personal services, he was successful in obtaining injunction restraining the singer from singing for anyone else. Warner brothers’ vs Nelson, 1937 N, a film actress, contracted to work for a plaintiff for one year, agreeing not to work for anyone else during that period. She made a breach of contract and worked for a rival company. The court refused to force N to work for the plaintiff, but an injunction was granted to prevent her from working with someone else.
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