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New Jersey Breach of Contract laws

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The New Jersey breach of contract laws consider the following conditions for determining a breach of contract:

  • The parties should have entered into a contract agreeing upon certain terms and conditions.
  • The plaintiff has performed what is required of him as per the contract.
  • The defendant fails to do what as agreed by him in the contract.
  • The non-performance leads to breach of contract and subsequent loss to the plaintiff.
  • Where one party disables himself from the performance of the contract it is also considered as breach of contract under the law.
  • Anticipatory breach of contract is also covered under the provisions applicable to breach of contract.

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