In the event of performance of the contract, if all the parties concerned have fulfilled their obligations in accordance with the conditions of the contract, the contract shall be terminated. While most contracts allow minor deviations from what is stipulated in the initial contractual agreement, the conditions for entering into a contract must be met and all parties must agree and be satisfied with the final result. For example, A and B enter into an agreement, and A wishes to change his mind and not fulfill his contractual conditions. If he does so unilaterally, he violates the contract with B. However, if he addresses B and declares that he wishes to be exempted from his obligations under the Treaty, the latter could give his consent. In this case, the treaty is fulfilled by a (bilateral) agreement. In fact, B has promised not to sue A if he does not fulfill his part of the contract, and the counterpart of his promise is A`s promise not to sue B. Go to your manual and read the chapter on contracts. Perhaps you would like to try to go up in the terms of the index such as “refusal”, “treaty violation” and “discharge”. This is true when a breakdown of the agreement has occurred and the “honest party” has a choice between two voting rights or remedies. As a general rule, renunciation of race occurs when the agreement contains an explicit right or alternative to terminate or cancel it in certain circumstances, or when a meeting presents a genuine breach giving the “innocent” party the privilege of immediately terminating the agreement.

In such cases, the “honest” party can either terminate the agreement immediately or waive the breach and continue the agreement. 1. The terms of the original agreement shall vary by a replacement agreement. A new agreement can be concluded that varies according to the terms of the original agreement, so that a new contract is replaced by the old one. An example of a substituted agreement is that of novation. This is a termination of a contract with replacement of a new contract in which the same rights and obligations must be fulfilled by different parties as in the original contract. It is a tripartite agreement and consists of three parts: the debtor, the former creditor (assignor) and the new creditor (the assignee). This replacement agreement has the effect of binding the debtor to the new creditor by this agreement. A replacement agreement does not necessarily have to be in the same form as the original agreement, for example, a sealed contract may be concluded in writing by a replacement agreement, but must be available in the form prescribed by law. . . .