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Discharge of contractual obligations

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Modern orthodoxy claims that the English law of contract recognises three distinct doctrines that discharge parties from their contractual obligations: (i) termination for breach, (ii) frustration, and (iii) common mistake. This thesis challenges the modern orthodoxy. It argues that each ‘doctrine’ is best explained as an instance of discharge for failure of condition. The reason one or both parties are discharged from their obligations is that their obligations are expressly or implicitly...

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SSD
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Law
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University of Oxford
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SSD
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Law
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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