Unformatted text preview: create substantially the same benefits as those promised in the contract. But if the omission, variance or defect (like on this case) in performance is unimportant and can easily be compensated for by awarding demages, a court is likely to hold that the contract has been substantially performed. Therefore, the contract price must be paid, less the amount of demages....
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- Spring '11
- Contract Law, substantial performance, Dr. Pressley BUS, demages