Inadequacy of Damages Clause
This Inadequacy of Damages Clause is designed to emphasise that damages alone would not be an adequate remedy for breach of a contract by a particular party. This may apply, for example, in situations where monetary compensation would not remedy the damage suffered by the aggrieved party. In the event of a breach, the clause sets out the other remedies, such as specific performance, available to that party.
Despite setting such remedies out, however, a clause of this kind will not necessarily guarantee that a court will grant them; it is instead designed to be persuasive.
This template clause can be used in the drafting of a new contract or to amend or improve an existing one.
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