Remedies have a central place in contract theory. Alan Farnsworth claims:Whereas contract law supplies relatively few ‘primary obligations’ there are ‘a good number providing for remedies in all their various guises’. Moreover Sarah Worthington observes:As Worthington says: ‘That boundary needs justifying’. She concludes that it cannot be justified despite its deep roots.
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