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Most contracts end in ___.

Discharge.

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How do contracts end through discharge?

- Performance.
- Agreement.
- Operation of law.
- Breach.

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Performance

Fulfillment of obligations.

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If obligations are not clearly defined, it may be difficult to...

Determine if proper performance occurred.

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Tendering

Doing what is required under the contract.

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Debtor has a primary obligation to tender payment in a ___ manner.

Reasonable.

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Debtor does not have to tender payment if...

It would be obviously refused.

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Why is the use of legal tender risky?

Because lost or stolen cash is extremely difficult to recover.

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Payment on debit cards is...

Final.

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Payment on credit cards is...

Made using the credit card company.

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Payment on cheques is...

A conditional payment as bank may not honour, or customer may countermand cheque before cashed.

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Payment on PayPal is...

3PPS (third party payment system).

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If you do not stipulate method of payment, it defaults to...

Cash or debit.

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Tender of Performance

When performance involves provision of goods or services rather than money.

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What is the general rule regarding the tender of performance?

Obligations must be exactly performed difficulties with entire contracts: no payment due unless all work performed.

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Quantum Meruit

To ask for a reasonable amount of money for the work that you did, if you did not fulfill the whole contract.

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Option to Terminate

Unilateral right to discharge.

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Conditional Contract

Parties agree that contract is affected by an event.

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Condition Subsequent

We'll let you skate, unless a concert is booked for that evening later on. Agreement in place unless something happens.

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True Condition Precedent

I will build something for you only if government allows it. Relies on government. No enforceability until that event occurs.

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Condition Precedent

Only enforceable if something occurs. Agreement is only in place if something occurs.

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Accord and Satisfaction

Occurs when a party gives up right to demand performance in return for a new benefit.

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Difference between accord and satisfaction:

Accord is a new agreement, while satisfaction is a new consideration.

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Do both parties need consideration in accord and satisfaction?

Yes. Can be forbearance (giving up right to enforce old contract).

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Release

Discharge under seal. Used to discharge a contract without fresh consideration. Seal is substitute for consideration.

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Variation

Small changes to existing contract. Contract retained on new terms.

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Is consideration required for variation?

Yes.

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Novation

Old contract discharged and replaced with new contract.

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Two-Party Novation

Same parties, different contract.

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Three-Party Novation

Different parties, same contract.

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Waiver

Abandonment of right to performance.

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Difference between waiver and release:

Pretty much the same thing.

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An exclusion clause is a ___.

Waiver.

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Contract may be discharged by operation of law. True or false?

True.

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Examples of operation of law:

- Frustration.
- Lapse of limitation period.
- Bankruptcy.

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Frustration

Contract impossible to perform.

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Breach

Failure to fulfill contractual promise.

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Can a contract be discharged for breach?

Yes.

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What determines whether contract is discharged because of breach?

- Condition (substantial term).
- Warranty (lesser term).
- Intermediate (hybrid term).

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Breach of Condition

You did not get what you asked for as part of the contract. Wrong size TV.

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Breach of Warranty

What you got is broken. TV does not work.

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You only get recision automatically if...

It was a breach of condition.

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Are you guaranteed to get recision in cases of breach of warranty?

No. You can get reimbursed for repairs. However, seller does not have to give you money back.

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Defective Performance

You did not complete what you were expected to complete.

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Deviation

The product was not the same as the one that you ordered. Nike instead of Adidas.

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Anticipatory Breach

There's a time for performance in the future, and I'm going to breach when that time comes. Gives non-breaching party options.

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Self-Induced Impossibility

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