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" The prima facie measure of damages for the breach of a contract is the amount of the loss which the injured party has sustained thereby. If the breach consists in preventing the performance of the contract, without the fault of the other party, who is... "
A Treatise on the Measure of Damages: Or, An Inquiry Into the Principles ... - Sida 1201
efter Theodore Sedgwick - 1912 - 3400 sidor
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Cases Decided in the Court of Claims of the United States, Volym 53

United States. Court of Claims - 1919
...232. The plaintiff's theory of damages is untenable. The rule for damages in the evejit of one party preventing the performance of the contract without the fault of the other party is laid down in Behan v. United States, 110 US, 338. Arsumrnt for the DefeadtBti. See also Hinckley...
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The Supreme Court Reporter, Volym 3–4

1884
...the court below very properly restricted its award of damages to his actual expenditures and losses. The prima facie measure of damages for the breach...willing to perform it, the loss of the latter will consist of two distinct items or grounds of damage, namely, — First, what he has already expended...
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The Albany Law Journal: A Monthly Record of the Law and the Lawyers, Volym 29

1884
...recoverable as damages, and there is no presumption that the expenditures were unreasonable. The pn'ma/acie measure of damages for the breach of a contract is...willing to perform it, the loss of the latter will consist of two distinct items or grounds of damage, namely, first, what he has already expended toward...
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Albany Law Journal, Volym 29

1884
...contract, are recoverable as damages, and there is no presumption that the expenditures wero unreasonable. The prima facie measure of damages for the breach...sustained thereby. If the breach consists in preventing tho performance of the contract, without the fault of the other party, who is willing to perform it,...
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United States Reports: Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court at ..., Volym 110

United States. Supreme Court - 1884
...the court below very properly restricted its award of damages to his actual expenditures and losses. The prima facie measure of damages for the breach of a contract is the amomt of the loss which the injured party has sustained thereby. If the breach consists in preventing...
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Supreme Court Reporter, Volym 4

United States. Supreme Court - 1884
...the court below very properly restricted its award of damages to his actual expenditures and losses. The prima facie measure of damages for the breach of a contract ie the amount of the loss which the injured party has sustained thereby. If the breach consists in...
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The Pacific Reporter, Volym 48

1897
...not the law, however, that they can never be recovered. Our own Code states the rale to be that the measure of damages for the breach of a contract is "the amount which will compensate the party aggrieved for all the detriment proximately caused thereby, or which,...
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The Northeastern Reporter, Volym 118

1918
...of them.' " In the case of US v. Behan, 110 US 338, 4 Sup. Ct 81, 28 I* Ed. 168-170, the court say: "The prima facie measure of damages for the breach...willing to perform it, the loss of the latter will consist of two distinct items or grounds of damage, namely: First, what he has already expended towards...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volym 84

1913
...& AER Co., 35 App. DC 41. In US v. Beban, 110 US 344, 4 Sup. Ct. 83, 26 L. Ed. 168, the court said: "The prima facie measure of damages for the breach of a contract is the amount of loss which the injured party has sustained thereby. If the breach consists in preventing the performance...
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The Southern Reporter, Volym 11

1893
...Carlisle. 78 Ala. 248; Bell v. Reynolds, Id. 513; 1 Sedg. Dam. 134-136, and note. "If the breach consist in preventing the performance of the contract, without the fault of the other party, who is willing and able to perform it, the damage of the latter consists in two distinct items, namely: First, what...
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