| Commentary

153 General

| Commentary

3: TERMINATION FOR BREACH

153 General

A contract may be brought to an end where one party is guilty of a repudiatory breach and the other party elects to accept the repudiation1. A repudiatory breach in this sense may consist of an absolute refusal to perform or continue with performance of one’s contractual obligations2; a fundamental breach of the contract which effectively deprives the other party of substantially the whole benefit of what he was to receive3; or any breach of a contract term which the parties have expressly or impliedly agreed shall have the status of a condition4. As a

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