316. Effects of the exercise of an express power to determine.

B.     Effects of Termination

316.     Effects of the exercise of an express power to determine.

The principal effect of the exercise of a power to determine is that the rights of a party in default are suspended (for example until the works have been completed by the employer) and superseded by a new contractual code. Thus the contractor may have no further rights to payment until the employer has completed the work left outstanding1 and may have to permit his materials, plant and equipment to be used by the employer for the purposes of completing the