BLAW - Chapter 20

BLAW - Chapter 20 - Chapter 20—Discharge& Remedies...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 20—Discharge & Remedies When a party’s obligations under a contract are terminated, the party is said to be discharged. • There are a number of ways by which a party’s contractual obligations can be terminated and the party thereby discharged. • The easiest way to “discharge” your obligations under a contract is by performing what you were supposed to do o In most situations, parties discharge their obligations by doing what they agreed to do under the terms of the contract. This is called discharge by performance • Or, the parties can agree to rescind their contract, meaning that they terminate it by mutual agreement. • Sometimes, parties put a condition in a contract and state that the condition must occur before a party becomes obligated to perform under a contract. Conditions Failure of a condition: • In most contracts, promises of performance are not expressly conditioned or qualified on anything else....
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