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repudiatory breach (s) (noun), repudiatory breaches (pl)
A business agreement that permits the aggrieved or disappointed party to terminate the fulfillment of a contract in addition to entitling that person to sue for damages: James finally had a written and binding rental agreement set up with a young couple, but after many months of not receiving any money, James decided that a repudiator breach had to be put into effect.
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