COURTS LOOK TO PAST BEHAVIORS WHEN RESOLVING COMMERCIAL DISPUTES
Q: What does “course of performance” mean?
A: In the event of a later dispute between two commercial parties, the court can look toward the past behavior of the same two parties which has occurred over the course of time on the same deal.Read more on NewsOK.com
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Courts look to past behaviors when resolving commercial disputes