Lombard North Central v Butterworth [1987]

Facts

  • A lease agreement for a computer required payments every 3 months, and a requirement to pay punctually

Issue

  • When the defendant fell into arrears and the computer was repossessed and sold on, could the outstanding sum be claimed?

Decision

  • Yes

Reasoning

  • Where time is of the essence in a contract, buy xanax pattaya minor breaches can be classed by the contract as being repudiatory
  • Time punctuality was a condition
  • Waragowski damages can be required for any breach where time is of the essence
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