Contracts II

Restatement Second of Contracts § 250


When a Statement or an Act Is a Repudiation

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A repudiation is

  1. a statement by the obligor to the obligee indicating that the obligor will commit a breach that would of itself give the obligee a claim for damages for total breach under [R2C § 243], or
  2. a voluntary affirmative act which renders the obligor unable or apparently unable to perform without such a breach.