‘A New Empirical Study of Contract Remedies’

“A basic distinction within the law of contractual remedies is between remedies aiming to compel promisors to perform the very thing they have undertaken to do – to deliver goods, to convey real property, to complete a construction project, to refrain from competing with the other party, and so forth – and between substitutionary monetary remedies, primarily damages. Interestingly, there are few issues in contract law that are more controversial than the question whether the law should generally enforce contractual obligations in kind, or whether it should content itself with monetary relief …” (more)

Leon Yehuda Anidjar, Ori Katz and Eyal Zamir, Oxford Business Law Blog, 9 January

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