loss of bargain

Definition of "loss of bargain"
  1. The failure to finalize a business agreement due to another party's contract breach, intentional business disruption, negligence, or other harmful actions. The resulting monetary damages can be resolved in a court of law
How to use "loss of bargain" in a sentence
  1. The company suffered a loss of bargain when their partner backed out of the contract.
  2. His negligence led to a loss of bargain, causing significant financial setbacks.
  3. Their intentional interference caused a loss of bargain, leading to a lawsuit.

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