Terms Beginning With 'a'

Anticipatory Breach

  • January 29, 2020
  • Team Kalkine

Anticipatory Breach is a legally binding agreement which shows a party’s intention to fail to perform its commitments to another party.

Example: If a company XYZ stops making the payments to the Company ABC, ABC can sue XYZ over the same and can also stop further business with XYZ on an immediate basis.

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