Immaterial Breach -- An immaterial breach of contract
, sometimes referred to as a "partial breach," or "innocent breach," refers to conduct that technically breaks the terms of a contract, but does not do any significant damage or cause any significant disruption to the other party.
Darcy Swanson: Plaintiff alleges breach of contract
An `anticipatory' breach of contract
occurs where one party informs the other, in advance of the performance date, that they will not perform their contractual obligations.
Fletcher Butler: Plaintiff alleges breach of contract
, unjust enrichment.
These disputes can get a lot more complicated when the contractor feels that the client is in breach of contract
At the time of trial, the suit consisted of the following charges: wrongful discharge in violation of public policy, breach of contract
for firing McKay without just cause, violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) and punitive damages.
In late 2003, the Court of Federal Claims found the federal government was liable to the Bank for breach of contract
and Leonarda Halcott aka Marianne Halcott: Plaintiff alleges breach of contract
Aponik's attorney, Eric Bathen, noted that the breach of contract
claim still stands.
A California appellate court ruled that in a case alleging both breach of contract
and negligence, the negligence action predominates for determining the statute of limitations.
In Illinois State Court Halmos has filed an amended complaint claiming SafeCard is guilty of breach of contract
for indemnification and incentive compensation, fraud, defamation and false light invasion of privacy.
Courts in New York follow the same rationale when it comes to an owner's breach of contract