Saturday, January 12, 2013

Doctrine of Substantial Performance

Doctrine of substantial performance states that a person's failure to comply strictly with the terms of a condition will not prevent him from getting his due if he has carried out a substantial part of the contract. The doctrine was developed by the courts as an instruments of justice to prevent forfeitures. However damages are awarded by the courts for non-compliance with a certain condition.

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