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Session 10 Chapter 14 Discharge and Remedies Chapter Outcomes 1. Explain the concept of reasonable time in the performance of a contract. 2. Relate what constitutes satisfactory performance of a contract. 3. Outline the difference between complete and substantial performance. 4. Distinguish among conditions precedent, concurrent, and subsequent. 5. Define tender of performance. 6. List the ways that a contract can be discharged by nonperformance. 7. Clarify the concept of anticipatory repudiation.
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Unformatted text preview: 8. Enumerate the type of damages available in the event of a breach of contract. 9. Describe mitigation of damages. 10. Contrast specific performance with injunctive relief. Major Concepts • Discharge by Performance • Discharge by Nonperformance • Remedies Assignments 1. Read the chapter. 2. Review PowerPoint slides for Chapter 14 . 3. Review the Key Terms. 4. Complete any postings on the discussion board. 5. Complete quiz for Chapter 14 by deadline....
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