Such conduct would require a reasonable person to conclude that the other party to the contract has no intention of performing its obligations. In Pack v. What do I do if the other party to my contract is in repudiatory breach or there is an anticipatory breach that would amount to repudiation?
Having a lawyer send the notice on your behalf will provide an added layer of proof that the notice was in fact sent. The rule applies if the owner can use the property as intended even though relatively minor matters remain to be completed or corrected, and the owner has substantially obtained the benefit of the bargain.
If a notice expressly confirms that termination is under a specified clause for example a clause providing for termination on an insolvency event and it makes no mention of the fact the receiving party is in breach of the contract, the innocent party will not be able to recover damages for a repudiatory breach, even if such a breach had occurred.
A declaration of non-performance can be express or it can be inferred from conduct. Purchaser, by written notice, may terminate this Contract for default, in whole or in part, if Seller i fails to comply with any of the terms of this Contract; ii fails to make progress so as to endanger performance of this Contract; iii fails to provide adequate assurance of future performance; iv files or has filed against it a petition in bankruptcy; or v becomes insolvent or suffers a material adverse change in financial condition Waterscape Servs.
Intermediate term - a breach of a term that is neither a condition nor a warranty will only justify termination of the contract if the breach is sufficiently serious.
The design professional and the owner should exercise caution before heading down the road to termination—the most draconian of remedies.
In other words, if money damages can provide an equivalent to full performance, then the breach is not material and does not warrant or authorize termination. In addition to its rights hereunder, Buyer shall have the right to proceed against any assets of Seller which may be in the possession of Buyer or its designee including the Custodian including the right to liquidate such assets and to set off the proceeds against monies owed by Seller to Buyer pursuant to this Agreement Defaults with Respect to Third Parties.
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