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Missouri Breach of Contract laws

HomeBreach of ContractMissouri Breach of Contract laws

The Missouri Uniform Commercial Code governs the contractual agreements entered in the State.

  • The Uniform Commercial Code requires the case to be bought to court’s notice within four years since the breach of contract has happened.
  • Breach of contract is not applicable for legal remedy under the Commercial Code but can be sought for justice under doctrine of promissory estoppels.
  • The Missouri Code also mentions that in the case of an installment contract, where a particular installment does not adhere to quality standards as agreed upon in the contract, the whole contract is supposed to be breached.

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