total breach

Definition of "total breach"
  1. A severe violation of an agreement, as defined by the Restatement (Second) of Contracts, that is significant enough to grant the non-breaching party the right to terminate the contract and seek damages
How to use "total breach" in a sentence
  1. The contractor's failure to complete the construction on time is a total breach, allowing the homeowner to terminate the contract.
  2. The supplier's consistent late delivery constituted a total breach of our purchase agreement.
  3. Failing to fulfill the major obligation specified in the contract is a total breach, giving the other party the legal right to end the agreement.

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