For example, bring a suit to your tailor to be tailor-made. The tailor promises (an oral contract) that he will provide the right garment in time for your important presentation, but in fact he delivers it a day later. You would still be entitled to the wages you earned before you left, as well as payment for unen increased legal leave. The most frequent contractual breaches by an employee are when a breach – warranty, condition or temporary duration – in the hands of the innocent party creates a right to recover his damage suffered by the breach of the defaulting party. In Great Britain, damages are the only recourse available in the event of a breach of a warranty. This damage can occur in different forms, such as.B. the provision of cash damages, liquidation damages, certain benefits, resignation and reimbursement.  Sometimes the process of dealing with an offence is enshrined in the original treaty. For example, a contract may provide that in the event of late payment, the offender must pay a fee of $25 at the same time as the missed payment.
If the consequences of a given infringement are not included in the contract, the parties can settle the situation between themselves, which can lead to a new contract, a decision or any other type of solution. . . .