Where a party to contract suffers loss as a result of a breach they will be entitled to an award of damages. Alternatively, they may bring a claim for the benefit of work partially completed under the contract. Further, in appropriate cases, the courts may exercise equitable jurisdiction, that being the courts power to impose a fair and just solution, to grant an order of specific performance or injunction.Get Legal Advice
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