OT - GNU Contract Law Theory: ANTICIPATORY REPUDIATION
alexander.terekhov at gmail.com
Tue Aug 28 18:53:15 UTC 2007
On 8/28/07, Chris Travers <chris.travers at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8/28/07, Alexander Terekhov <alexander.terekhov at gmail.com> wrote:
> > 2. Effect of Anticipatory Repudiation
> > a. Aggrieved Party may bring an immediate action for breach, or wait
> > for repudiating party to perform
> > b. Aggrieved Party is discharged from further performance of its own
> > remaining obligations and may declare contract terminated
> Note that 2a is what you seem to be having a problem with.
Not at all.
> I am going to second the suggestion that you take a break and re-read the
> replies and your own posts in this area. Do some extra research. Think
> about things and synthesize what you have read.
> IANAL, and I think that standard copyleft theory is overreaching in many
> areas. But posting things like this, only to show that the portions you
> quote are indeed based in law does nothing except clog this list with
I don't recall quoting anything about FSF immediately suing Microsoft
for breach (damages for noncompliance), or in alternative, entering
prolonged wait mode hoping that Microsoft will kill its patents
voluntarily, so to speak. FSF just said that it will somehow "ensure"
that Microsoft "complies with our licenses"... never mind alleged
ANTICIPATORY REPUDIATION. LOL.
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