Peregrine Systems Ltd v Steria Ltd: CA 14 Mar 2005

The claimant provided computer software to the defendants. The defendants appealed dismissal of their defences arguing that the system had failed.
Held: No repudiatory breach was established, and moreover Steria had elected to affirm the contract. The appeal was dismissed.
[2005] EWCA Civ 239
England and Wales
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Appeal fromPeregrine Systems Ltd v Steria Ltd TCC 26-Feb-2004
Failed computer system . .
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CitedSotiros Shipping Inc v Sameiet; The Solholt CA 1983
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Updated: 11 April 2021; Ref: scu.223488