Selected Cases by Article & Issues
(1) The obligee may reject an earlier performance unless it has no legitimate interest in so doing.
(2) Acceptance by a party of an earlier performance does not affect the time for the performance of its own obligations if that time has been fixed irrespective of the performance of the other party"s obligations.
(3) Additional expenses caused to the obligee by earlier performance are to be borne by the obligor, without prejudice to any other remedy.
|1||Earlier performance defined|
|2||Obligee's right to reject earlier performance|
|2.1||Obligee's legitimate interest in so doing|
|3||Obligor to bear additional expenses|