the refusal to accept, or the act of no longer accepting, a duty or an obligation It would not entitle the buyer to reject all other instalments unless the seller's breach was so serious as to amount to a repudiation of the contract.
- The court found that while defendants were aggrieved by the tenants' repudiation of their agreement, it did not serve to void the coverage.
- The case raised questions of fact on the affirmative defenses of excuse, waiver, and repudiation.
- The ruling marked a repudiation of the Arizona law.
- We interpreted what you said in our April 15 telephone discussion to be a repudiation of our contract.
- Democrats could be wary of flaunting the public's repudiation at the polls.
- As the litigation progressed, it became apparent that the repudiation had destroyed any prospect of salvaging the contract.
- A party aggrieved by a repudiation may consider the repudiation a breach and bring an action for relief.