Most contracts provide that the contractor is to carry out and complete the works described in the contract. Even where it is not so stated then, if the extent of the work is defined, a duty to complete the work is implied, the contractor having a correlative right to complete the work. Without a right to omit part of the work contracted for the employer cannot, without breaking the terms of the contract, carry out any part of
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