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Indiana Breach of Contract laws

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Indiana contract laws follow the Uniform Commercial laws and relevant court decisions for determining remedies for breach of contract.

  • Where the breach of the contract is found to material, the other party is entitled to stop himself from being liable for further actions required by the contract.
  • The damage arising from the breach of contract is classified as compensatory damages and specific performance.
  • Compensatory damage will reimburse the aggrieved party of his losses while specific performance will require the other party to perform and fulfill the contract obligations as it was agreed earlier.

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