Under North Dakota commercial laws a breach of contract is a violation of a promise as agreed in the contract.
- The breach in order to be compensated should have caused some detrimental damage or loss to the other party.
- Damage is referred to as financial losses or injury caused to the other person due to the non-performance.
- If required the Court may order a payment of interest on the financial damage incurred by the aggrieved party.
- The damage incurred should be real and definite in nature. Notional damages computed for the sake of lawsuit will not accepted by the Court.