The Uniform Commercial Code governs the contracts in West Virginia relating to commerce and trade.
- The code mentions that the contract should have an offer and acceptance involving two parties to be legally enforceable.
- Where either of the parties does not perform any part of the contract as mutually agreed upon, it amounts to a breach of contract.
- Breach of contract classifies into a minor breach, material breach, fundamental breach, and anticipatory breach.
- The breach of contract can be compensated with the subsequent performance of the already agreed contract or with financial compensation for damages.
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