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REPUDIATORY BREACH: INABILITY, ELECTION AND DISCHARGE

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  03 April 2017

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STUDENTS – and indeed judges – of the law of contract have been sorely tried by White & Carter (Councils) Ltd. v McGregor [1962] A.C. 413. Mercifully, other propositions about the breach and discharge of contracts seem elementary.

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