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repudiatory

Line breaks: re|pudi¦atory
Pronunciation: /rɪˈpjuːdɪəˌt(ə)ri
 
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Definition of repudiatory in English:

adjective

Law
Relating to or constituting repudiation of a contract: a repudiatory breach of the partnership agreement
More example sentences
  • The defendants were guilty of repudiatory breach of the partnership deed by entering into the dissolution agreement and Mr. Smith duly accepted such repudiation.
  • As to the Claimant's claim for repudiatory breach, the entitlement to damages in respect of the same depends on the facts of each particular case.
  • When the instalment on the first contract was not paid, this amounted to an actual breach of the first contract and their entire conduct amounted to anticipatory repudiatory breaches of the other contracts.

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