When the benefit is due, it is sometimes sufficient for the promisor to propose to fulfil its contractual obligation. This offer is referred to as a tried-and-tested service or, more often, a tender. Therefore, the offer is an offer of services which, of course, is in accordance with contractual terms. If the merchandise is offered by the seller but refused by the buyer, the seller is relieved of another liability, since the merchandise complies with the contract in terms of quantity and quality and can sue the buyer in violation if he wishes. The reason is that if a person offers to perform, he is ready, willing and able to perform. As a result, an offer of services can replace the actual service and provide full relief. If the performance of the performance by both parties, the parties are exempt from the subsequent performance of the contract. Technically, it is known as termination of contract. A contract should be executed on the agreed date and place. Once this is reached, the parties will be automatically unloaded and the contract will finally be reduced. However, there are many other ways to get discharge.
For example, it may result from an excuse for non-performance. In some cases, the tried benefit may also serve as a substitute for the actual benefit and result in a complete termination of the contract. It is therefore the primary responsibility of each contractor to either deliver on their commitment or to offer it. In order for the benefit to be effective, the courts expect it to be accurate and complete, i.e. they will be in compliance with contractual obligations. However, if, under the provisions of the Contracts Act or any other statute, the benefit may be discontinued or excused, a party is exempt from such liability. The term “contract performance” means that both the promiseholder and the promise giver have fulfilled their respective obligations imposed on them by the contract. For example, A visits a stationery store to buy a calculator.
The trader delivers the machine and A pays the price. The contract would have been discharged by mutual performance.