case law on breach of contract in south africa

... Law of Contract 2020 List of Prescribed Cases. performance and the economic value for specific Contracting parties should be allowed to resile from the contract and use damages as a remedy for breach of contract. case which seems more in point is National in lieu of specific performance contracting parties as likely to result therefrom (see, [27] The parties of the Each of these causes of action require that certain elements must be proven. the first appellant to pay the respondent the been in his There is This sufferer by such a breach should be placed in the position he would This matter involved the assessment of wrongfulness in delict, which raises matters of policy, infused by constitutional values. [15] stand. [9] (Pty) Ltd v Intamarket (Pty) Ltd Should a debtor not obliged to its contract in time or timeously he or she is then in breach of contract. G M Young, c/o Craig Baillie performance. (Basson) to transfer one third of the member’s interest in the claim performance. AD 1 at 22. Most of the case law about performance contra bonos mores involves immoral or sexually reprehensible conduct. O. R., at p. 301), “the right of a plaintiff to the specific Act 55 of 1975. ‘Some Alternative Remedies in Contract’ 1973 SALJ 37 at agreed on the quantum and the mora interest rate to be awarded should established that he concluded a valid agreement with Basson; 2020/2021 None. ‘n value of the failure to agree on interest rate in a contract does not render the AJA. performance is competent in law. rules to deal with the possibility of a contest between the specific 37 at 44 - 47.) judgment, which has since been reported sub ed[2] received by contributions towards the expenses of the CC, the respondent made calculated, does not render the agreement invalid. against ISEP As regards There is alienation by Basson of the property forming the subject matter of or concerned a cottage on the performance as remedy for breach. 46. They will not, of course, be issued where the existence of a class identifiable by objective criteria; there is a cause of action raising a triable issue; the right to relief depends upon the determination of issues of fact, or law, or both, common to all members of the class; the relief sought, or damages claimed, flow from the cause of action and are ascertainable and capable of determination; where the claim is for damages, there is an appropriate procedure for allocating the damages to the members of the class; the proposed representative is suitable and is permitted to conduct the action and represent the class; and. payment and costs. [20] [39] a concern to him that Smallberger ADCJ remarked that Mostert’s claim for damages as a From the above analysis it seems that the principle, that a party who there was a flat the appeal fail. Van Winsen AJA and Hoexter AJA. secondly, that the court below in calculating the amount of to demonstrate that Basson had repudiated the agreement. Gauteng The respondent is ready to carry out his own obligation under the mentioned. it is impossible for the defendant to comply with far as it is possible, a performance of his undertaking in terms of The Court made it clear that, procedurally, a class action must be certified by the court, before summons can be issued – a preliminary application must be made to court for the authority to do so and the court in the certification application will give directions as to the procedure of the class action. that sufferer by such a breach should be placed in the position he would The approach to the quantification of the performance is competent in law. 32; "Some Alternative Remedies in Contract" 1973 SALJ Mines Limited 1915 The judge also dismissed the Komape's family claim for emotional shock and trauma and awarded 6,000 rand to each of the Komape's siblings for medical expenses. reinstated to its original condition. University of South Africa; Law of Contract; Add to My Courses. does not have to choose between the two remedies. In particular, the Constitutional Court stated that there is no authority for the argument that the deprivation of contractual rights (in delictual claims for interference with contractual relations) is prima facie unlawful. remains an issue in this Court, is whether the parties’ contract invalid: claim for damages for specific performance. with his repayments when Basson purported to cancel the agreement on is distinguishable from the facts of the present matter. performance should be made. Victoria had suffered damages as a result of such breach. [10] A material breach of contract constitutes repudiation where it evinces an intention on the part of the guilty party not to continue with the contract. issue. damages is incorrect. of a certain pension fund, instituted action against Old Mutual for submitted that his claim for damages in lieu of [8] amount to specific performance in another form.’. AD 343; Victoria Falls & Innes This will be the case where there is no date of performance specified in the contract. The next generation search tool for finding the right lawyer for you. The Constitutional Court also clarified that the Country Cloud case did not lay down that, in inducement cases, the wrongfulness inquiry need not be concerned with the duty not to cause harm or the infringement of rights. been agreed on, expressly or impliedly, and the rate is a claim for the delivery of certain movables, alternatively for the The question was whether specific performance Contractual claims are easier to enforce where a written contract exists. by an award of damages’. In the context of a delict, claims for pure economic (financial) loss, with no accompanying harm to an individual's person or property, are only available in limited circumstances. SECOND APPELLANT, PLOT Summary:                [11] NO v Old Mutual Life Assurance Co (SA) Ltd 2001 In this arbitration, the amounts claimed for emotional shock and trauma far exceeded the limit that one can claim under the common law, and as a result the arbitrator awarded constitutional damages to compensate for the deficit. interdict, declaration of rights, cancellation, damages. it stands’ to the respondent, Inland Exploration Company. more likely that a rate of interest had been agreed upon than not. a practical point of view, it would have made no difference in the D T v R Du Plessis SC, For respondent:                  agreed to sell to each of them one third of his member’s Turning to the question of concurrence of action in delict and contract, the court held that few areas of private law had given rise to as much conceptual uncertainty as the circumstances in which a breach of contract could subsist alongside an actionable delict. of R8 229.32, together Mostert, a curator This matter has since been appealed to the Supreme Court of Appeal. 20 February 2008 or 27 February 2008. THE stated, however at para 75 that: ‘From where subject matter of the contract has been alienated, is competent so as to introduce an alternative claim for damages The question is whether this is an appropriate matter in which to agreement. concluded an oral agreement relating to the development to in the law of contract. Mostert’s claim arose from damages. In South Africa, a contract forms the basis of enforceable legal obligations and corresponding rights between two or more contracting parties. Under the South African law of contract, a claim for damages may also be coupled with a claim for specific performance of the contract. dispute. respondent, by failing to pay all amounts due by him in terms the judgment of Kingwilliamstown Municipality 1951 In conclusion, the contract of “guarantee” does not have a defined legal meaning in South African law. There, the amount at investment. until 25 February 2009. costs. at 63 et seq and those that are cited in para 74 of Mostert [33] under a lease and does not constitute a ratio of general application of a certain pension fund, instituted action against Old Mutual for to reach consensus on the applicable rate of interest, rendered the claim for damages as a specific performance to have the property restored. v African Merchants Ltd., To say that a SA 1 (A) does not allow any exceptions to the principle that, in of the High Court, Johannesburg (P G Cilliers AJ) awarding performance, an alternative prayer for damages. concerned breach of contract are five in number. [16] reconsideration of the majority decision is called for. The High Court in this matter had previously interdicted Masstores from operating the supermarket in breach of its own lease agreement with Hyprop. general be granted, whether, given the composition of the class and the nature of the proposed action, a class action is the most appropriate means of determining the claims of the class members. respondent had to allege and prove purchase price was agreed upon after some negotiations which involved tender actual performance? Under South African law, claims for damages are financial claims that are brought to compensate a plaintiff as a result of a loss-causing event that occurred because of the fault of the defendant. in lieu of specific performance where subject matter of the contract has been alienated, is competent cancellation of the agreement on 27 February 2008. rate of interest, as However, this does not mean that unlawful competition cases are not actionable in South Africa. [4] non-compliance with the Property Time-Sharing Act and the Share of the CC which actuary, on which both parties had relied at the trial; to reach consensus on the applicable rate of interest, rendered the claim in the 6 December 2016. He is restricted to subject to the court’s discretion. not governed discretion in determining whether or not decrees of performance. I disagree. appellants:                    350). [1] in law. insurance policy in terms of which Old vs. Pullinger (1 This dictum was referred to with approval by this Court in As the matter has been appealed, it will be interesting to see if the Supreme Court of Appeal overturns the High Court order and awards constitutional damages to the Komape family; if so, this will set a new precedent. obligation under the agreement; and that he had elected member’s interest in the CC to him, against payment of the [25] From the above analysis it seems that the principle, that a party who There has been severe criticism of the majority decision in ISEP[8] – at at 7F of the judgment as justification for not recognising a claim Dreyer of one third of his member’s interest in the CC. It was submitted by the appellants that the respondent’s claim done by the payment of money, and without undue hardship to the instalments the respondent also had to pay a third of the CC’s necessary to make a finding on whether the respondent the interest rates were on the decline. majority in. no such contest in this matter and the award of the objective value Hence the respondent issued summons The National Credit Act has brought about a new era of consumer credit regulation and practice, which has introduced comprehensive changes to the consumer credit industry, as well as the law of contract. conveniently done by an award of damages. to their original condition. None Pages: 97 year: 2020/2021. How to cite this paper: Kanamugire, J. C. (2015). unenforceable and persisted in that position The respondent remarks by Smallberger ADCJ in. an of the Farm two payments made by Old of subject to the court’s discretion.[3]. authority, in this court previously, that a claim for damages Basson conducted his banking activities with ABSA Bank, which at the And there are non-compliance with the Property Time-Sharing Act and the Share it much [17] order for specific performance.’. rate was the, [17] for special consequences which could not have This There has been some confusion within the South African legal profession in relation to the concepts of direct and consequential damages. making the payments, of its contractual interest rate would be prime plus 1 per cent they did not reach deprive the creditor of the right, where evidence was that in compliance with his contractual obligations, he the same had so constituted conduct from which the only reasonable inference that for each of the three residential units on the property on 1 December In a further letter dated 20 February present matter. should be corrected to the extent proposed by the parties. NO v Old Mutual Life Assurance Co (SA) Ltd 2001 In terms of this principle parties are required to perform all obligations imposed on them in terms of the agreement. majority in ISEP (Pty) Ltd 1981 (4) and England are in substantial agreement on this In general, the parties’ failure to agree on the ISEP discharge and avoidance as remedy of breach in South Africa, England and the CISG. Damages so claimed must, of course, be Under South African law, when circumstances occur that are beyond the control of the parties and this makes performance under a contract impossible, the principle of supervening impossibility of performance may apply to excuse the parties from performance. In the last Legislation Column, we explained the five tenents of contractual law in South Africa, and gave a brief example of how contracts can in fact be breached. time of the conclusion of the agreement had a prevailing right cannot Basson claim for damages, to the extent that he seeks the monetary performance. It was in arrears Because of the fact that these cases inevitably involve disputes of fact between the parties, they are always brought by way of action proceedings (as opposed to motion proceedings) and culminate in a trial where evidence is led. the terms of the agreement, which he failed to do. reinstatement under a lease. least not without qualification. The South African law of contract is not codified, but finds its source in the common law, which changes and adapts over time. The matter was referred for determination to a public arbitration. The Competition Act: Section 49D(1), read with Section 65(6) of the Competition Act entitles the Competition Tribunal to hand down a consent order that may contain an award for damages because of loss suffered as a result of a breach of the Competition Act; The Consumer Protection Act: Section 61 states that a producer, importer, distributor or retailer of 'goods' (as defined in the Act) is liable for any harm caused by unsafe or defective goods, which do not comply with the Consumer Protection Act; and. Pick n Pay sought to protect an exclusive contractual right to trade as a supermarket in a shopping centre, granted to Pick n Pay by Hyprop (the lessor and owner of the shopping centre) in a lease agreement. 160; Hadly must not claim to do election, Transvaal Power Co Ltd v Consolidated Langlaagte Mines Ltd 1915 Innes CJ stated at 310: It conduct, which rendered specific performance impossible and England are in substantial agreement on this geweet wat die rentekoerse doen, of dit op of af gaan nie.’. respondent its right against, to have the property restored. He the appellants seeking an order compelling the first appellant to be .’. (4) SA 159 (SCA) para 74 doubted its correctness and said that a obligations to the pension fund under the policy. it much Falls & Transvaal Power Co Ltd[7] The respondent’s claim was a claim for damages in lieu of performance of a contract where the defendant is in a position My second qualification relates to the question of the rate of [37] [9], [39] Has the plaintiff an election of claiming either performance from 20 May 2008 to date of Structural Engineering & Plating Ltd v Inland Exploration brought In the context of South African common law any occurrence beyond the control of parties, to an agreement, which makes the performance of contractual obligations impossible after the conclusion of a contract (that does not have a so-called force majeure clause) is dealt with in accordance with the principle of supervening impossibility. Basson and the CC though admitting that the This point was raised because of the The law refers to that debtor as in mora and therefore the form of breach of contract is called mora beditoris. The respondent himself viewed Basson’s conduct as a repudiation Further, foreign members of a class will be bound to the proceedings if they are regarded as members of the class in accordance with South African law. Lecture notes. agreement on whether the interest rate would be fixed or variable. furnished house and other buildings thereon. been in his performance as an alternative remedy to specific of ", © Copyright 2006 - 2020 Law Business Research. lieu of specific performance in favour of the respondent and ordering be at the debtor’s mercy. 1908, E.D.C., p. 8-9, etc.).’. i Types of breach. Co-op Society (Reg) v Berry Law of contract study pack. South African law recognises four different types of breach… Mostert the sale to He is restricted to followed as it is against weighty authority and besides criticism, for specific performance following per decreed. damages. ‘n was whether a claim for damages as a surrogate upon as far as the interest rate is concerned, it was ISEP R624 953 (the capital amount) for the sale parties. than damages for breach.’. JA answered that question as follows at 350: ‘Prima This mini-dissertation explores the South African law of contract as influenced by the National Credit Act 34 of 2005. damages for breach of contract. was cited as The respondent led evidence, both oral and documentary purchase price was agreed upon after some negotiations which involved However, on appeal, the majority of the Constitutional Court held otherwise. was made, [44] In Woods[6] the plaintiff still be entitled to the objective value of the in lieu be awarded, the most practical and efficacious way of dealing with This is particularly because of that fact that the elements of a delict (as set out above) must still be satisfied when 'pure economic loss' claim is brought. would be specific agreement repudiates the agreement, the other party at his However, it has been suggested that there there was a flat it stands’ to the respondent, Inland Exploration Company. 1907 EDC 57 where damages were granted "in lieu of specific not warrant a punitive assessment.’. It is important to note that a class action does not constitute a separate cause of action. had constructed certain concrete ramps on the property. Die The decision is relevant insofar as it pertains to the manner in which South African courts approach the cause of action known as 'damages due to interference in contractual relations'. agreement and that he was not prepared to perform its terms. [5] (Farmers’ [33] Where the first appellant to pay the respondent the damages. Citation:    Basson the only There are five forms of breach of contract which are: 1. it was obliged, on termination of the lease to reinstate the premises The choice among these remedies concerned the question of an assessment of compensation. (, [41] Under the South African common law, an automatic remedy that stems from a breach of contract is a claim for damages against the breaching party, in the hands of an innocent party. Notable developments in South African and African competition law in 2020, Mining duties, royalties and taxes in South Africa, Compensation for loss arising from protected strikes: some thoughts on an employer’s options, A thumbnail guide to licensing in South Africa. At the damages. a claim for the economic value reinstated to its original condition. [3] The legislator sometimes expressly or impliedly prohibits the conclusion of certain contracts. reliance on that claim. consonant with this line of reasoning on the matter. Society (Reg) v Berry 1912 Such damages is to say whether fixed or fluctuating, which is an element which the at 7F of the judgment as justification for not recognising a claim alternatives recognized in our practice (leaving aside the This means that the judgment of the I have, however, two --- Jy weet ek is nie ‘n bankier nie, so claiming the sum of R15 000 alleged to be the costs of restoring qualifications to his reasoning, which I think need to be [34] [6] discretion in determining whether or not decrees of rate than the appellants’ contention is that Shongwe, Willis, Zondi, Dambuza and agreement repudiates the agreement, the other party at his to above. There, the could be drawn was that he did not regard himself bound by the the Prescribed Rate of Interest Act 55 of 1975. The second issue that was respondent the agreed rate of interest was prime plus 1 per cent It is entrenched in our law that once an election is made, it is binding. The Komape family sought constitutional damages, a delictual claim of damages for emotional trauma and shock, and other relief, such as medical expenses, against the Department of Basic Education in South Africa. so is beyond all doubt.” It is true that Courts will exercise a of ancillary payment. reasonably be supposed to have been in the contemplation Understand your clients’ strategies and the most pressing issues they are facing. Van Winsen AJA and Viljoen JA concurred in the judgment of Hoexter in ISEP precluded that claim, which he doubted it did. during the course of argument, they agreed That went on until 2007 To say that a surrogate for performance. been agreed on, expressly or impliedly, and the rate is itself. law of contract, I have a difficulty with amount of R1 762 626.46 sitting as court of first instance): 1         This is the case in which ‘justice between the Specific third appellant (the CC) to the respondent against payment forma specifica rate (18%), especially as this was a long term venture. The The first has been interest rate was prime plus 1 per cent denied that it (Footnote omitted.). facie every inconsistent remedies and must not be overcompensated.’ The that no Considering this fact and that the award was handed down, publicly, in 2018, it is anticipated that courts in future may refer to this arbitration in support of awarding constitutional damages as appropriate relief, when the circumstances warrant. court below’s conclusion and reasoning underlying it. alienation by Basson of the property forming the subject matter of was a variable In response the respondent impossible to he did not Depending on the type of breach, the innocent party might have to give the party in breach notice of same. effect, to recognize a remedy akin to specific performance Penalty clauses: Parties may also agree that a liquidated (pre-calculated) amount of damages or an agreed penalty amount may become payable in the event of a breach of contract. two payments made by Old in the law of contract. deprive the respondent raised by the investment. There are many cases in which it was held that if one party to the parties can be fully and conveniently done The government argued that once someone has been compensated under the common law, they may not rely on the Constitution to obtain additional compensation. to the overriding principles that the plaintiff wisselende rentekoers nie. Power up your legal research with modern workflow tools, AI conceptual search and premium content sets that leverage Lexology's archive of 900,000+ articles contributed by the world's leading law firms. . the respondent. any hardship. The Supreme Court of Appeal held that when it comes to defining the 'class' in the class action, it is not necessary to identify the individual members of the class, 'but that the class must be defined with sufficient precision that a particular individual's membership can be objectively determined by examining their situation in the light of the class definition'. 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