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Contract – Repudiation – Election Of Remedies – W.Va. Law (access required)

A party’s repudiation of a contract that prompted the other party to sue and request specific performance does not preclude the non-repudiating party from claiming monetary damages under West Virginia law, and the 4th Circuit reverses a district court’s decision to the contrary and remands for a trial on damages. The district court held that though ...

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