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Card & James' Business Law

Card & James' Business Law (4th edn)

Lee Roach
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date: 30 March 2023

p. 30512. Remedies for breach of contractlocked

p. 30512. Remedies for breach of contractlocked

  • Lee RoachLee RoachSenior Lecturer in Law, University of Portsmouth


This chapter examines the various remedies for breach of contract. The principal remedy is an award of damages, the main aim of which is to put the claimant in the position in which he would have been had the breach not occurred. The various types of damages are discussed, notably the distinction between expectation loss and reliance loss, and the ability to claim for financial and non-pecuniary losses. The chapter also discusses restitutionary remedies in cases where the defendant has been enriched due to his breach of contract. Finally, the chapter looks at remedies designed to ensure that persons adhere to contracts, such as specific performance and injunctions.

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