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Prejudgment interest in a contract action

Posted in *All Posts, Contracts, Damages, Litigation, Remedy

Novation & accord and satisfaction

Posted in *All Posts, Accord & Satisfaction, Contracts, Novation

The implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing means that the parties agree that neither will do anything which will have the effect of destroying or injuring the right of the other party to receive the fruits of the contract

Posted in *All Posts, Contracts, Covenant of good faith and fair dealing

A cause of action for breach of contract

Posted in *All Posts, *Published case, Contracts

A disputed motion to enforce a settlement agreement is governed by the same standard as a motion for summary judgment

Posted in *All Posts, Agreements, Contracts, Property-settlement-agreement, Settlement agreement

A quantum meruit claim

Posted in *All Posts, Contracts, Quantum meruit

Contract provisions are to be read as a whole, without artificial emphasis on one section, with a consequent disregard for others

Posted in *All Posts, Contracts

A contract provision requiring modification by writing may be expressly or impliedly waived by the clear conduct or agreement of the parties or their duly authorized representatives

Posted in *All Posts, Contracts

Stipulations made in a judicial proceeding are binding upon those who make them and those whom they lawfully represent, and also upon the trial and appellate courts, in the absence of any valid ground or reason for refusing enforcement

Posted in *All Posts, Agreements, Contracts, Litigation, Stipulations

Any person that contracts with a public entity for the construction of public works or improvements is afforded three statutory forms of security for the payment of the value of labor performed or materials furnished in connection with such contract

Posted in *All Posts, Contracts, Remedy

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