What is Repudiatory Breach of Contract?


A repudiatory breach is a significant breach of contract which goes to the core of the contract and potentially deprives the other party its benefit. It gives the innocent party the right to treat the contract as disregarded and entitles the innoncent party to refuse to be bound to its terms.


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