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BSEN 395

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Any refusal to perform the contract BEFORE the date of performance - if the party substantially performs, they can claim money for what has been done - refusal to perform creates new rights for the injured party where damages can be claimed - courts can either grant compensation or order performance by the breaching party - excuses Both the guilty party and the injured from performing the contract

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Anticipatory Repudiation

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