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It is a defence in law i.e. that the plaintiff cant sue the defendant for breach of contract if he himself has not performed in terms of the contract
exception of a non-performed contract. Who the hell uses Latin now a days?
I just love it when you talk foreign!
Was discussing Latin with a colleague that is doing LLB
It is Latin and means that “an exception in a contract action involving mutual duties or obligations, to the effect that the plaintiff may not sue if the plaintiffs own obligations have not been performed.”
An exception has not fulfilled the contract?
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