Selected Cases by Article & Issues
Irrespective of whether or not the contract has been avoided, the party who knew or ought to have known of the ground for avoidance is liable for damages so as to put the other party in the same position in which it would have been if it had not concluded the contract.
|1||Right to damages|
|1.1||Party's knowledge of ground for avoidance (see Art. 2.1.15)|
|1.2||Avoidance of contract irrelevant|
|2||Measure of damages|
|2.1||Reliance (or negative) interests|