Substantial Performance

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Substantial performance is another exception of the strict rule of performance; if it is accepted then the full price will be paid, minus the sum appropriate to what has not been done. This is seen in the case of Hoenig v Isaacs whereby the court agreed that there were problems with the work done, but the costing of putting this right would only be £56. Consequently it was held that the decorator had substantially performed, and


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