Contract Law: Contractual remedies

August 13, 2023

The typical remedy for breach of contract is damages. This obligation to pay damages for breach of contract arises out of the contract itself as an implied secondary obligation implied by law: Photo Production Ltd v Securicor Transport Ltd [1980]. These are intended to substitute performance to place the innocent party in as good a position financially as if the contract performed according to its primary obligations – Robinson v Harman (1848).

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