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Substantial Compliance Doctrine

Substantial Compliance Doctrine

Definition

A good-faith attempt to perform that does not meet the specific agreement terms or statutory requirements will still be considered complete if the underlying purpose of the performance is accomplished, subject to a claim for damages for the shortfall.

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