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Disproportionate Forfeiture

Definition

A principle of equity that applies to prevent the strict enforcement of contractual terms when doing so would cause a breaching party to give up all contractual rights in a manner that is disproportionately harsh to that party’s interests, particularly when compared to the interests of the non-breaching party served by strict enforcement.

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