Breach Of Contract

20 Questions  I  By Sweetsalman123 on August 23, 2011
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1.  An anticipatory breach of contract does not give any right to claim compensation.
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B.
2.  When prior to the due date of performance, the promisor absolutely refuses to perform the contract, it is known as
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B.
C.
D.
3.  Where a party is entitled to claim compensation in proportion to the work done by him, it is possible by way of
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B.
C.
D.
4.  The damages to be payable are determined keeping in view the loss suffered on the date of
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D.
5.  Which of the following statement is incorrect?
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B.
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6.  A court order for restraining a person form doing something which the he promised not to do. Can be obtained by filing a suit for
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B.
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D.
7.  Damages for breach of contract are awarded by the courts to
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B.
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8.  The claim on quantum meruit can always be filed by a party who is not at fault.
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B.
9.  In which of the following cases, specific performance can be allowed?
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10.  Nominal damages are very small in amount and are awarded.
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11.  When a party rightfully rescind (i.e., cancel) the contract, he is
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12.  The breach of contract may be
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13.  It is the right of an aggrieved party to claim damages form the defaulting party for the breach of contract.
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B.
14.  An amount of compensation fixed payable in case of breach and which is fair and genuine pre-estimate of probable damages, is known as
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B.
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15.  The court may grant rescission where the contract is
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16.  When on the due date of performance or during the performance, a party fails to perform his obligation, it is known as
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17.  As a general rule, the exemplary damages are not allowed. However, the court may award these damages, in case of
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18.  An amount of compensation fixed for breach, which is disproportionate to the damages which may result on breach, is known as
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D.
19.  Ordinary damages are those damages which are
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20.  The doctrine of anticipatory breach has been incorporated in
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