Contract – Construction of contract – Condition precedent – Declaration for work done.

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Cases referring to this case:

Stadhard v Lee and Another [1863] EngR 209; (1863) 3 B S 364; 122 ER 138

Under a contract by which the plaintiff’ agreed to execute the work to the satisfaotion of the defendants or their agent, with a proviso that if the works should not proceed as rapidly and satisfactorily as required by the defendants or their agent, they should have full power to enter upon and take possession of the works, and pay whatever number of men might be left unpaid by the plaintiff, and might set to work whatever number of men they might consider necessary and that the amount so paid, and the costs of the men so set to work, should be deducted from any moneys that might he due to the plaintiff.




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