This case note examines the most recent attempt by the Court of Appeal to provide further guidance on: (a) how the doctrine of discharge of contract by breach operates when both parties are in breach of their contract obligations; and (b) when a promisee is entitled to rely on an alternate basis to justify its election to discharge a contract for the promisor’s breach when the basis originally relied upon and communicated to the promisor is ultimately found to be legally insufficient.
Asian Studies | Commercial Law | Contracts
Singapore Academy of Law Journal
THAM, Chee Ho.
Discharge of a Contract where Both Parties are in Breach: Alliance Concrete Singapore Pte Ltd v Comfort Resources Pte Ltd. (2010). Singapore Academy of Law Journal. 22, 729. Research Collection School Of Law.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sol_research/1554
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