Scope of the remedy............................................... 1464

Rescission as a remedy for breach of contract......................... 1455

Restitution of land conveyed........................................ 1456

Restitution of money paid or claim released........................... 1457

Restitution of personal property transferred............................ 1458

Recovery of value of services........................................ 1450

Anything received by plaintiff must be returned....................... 1460

Rescission for breach of warranty.................................... 1461

Authorities divided................................................ 1462

The buyer must put the seller in statu quo............................ 1463

The buyer's remedies are mutually exclusive.......................... 1464

Where no performance has been rendered............................. 1465

Repudiation without breach sufficient................................ 1466

Breach without repudiation sufficient................................. 1467

One guilty of the first breach cannot rescind.......................... 1468

Manifestation of election.......................................... 1460

Rescission of sealed contracts....................................... 1470

Minor inconsistencies............................................... 1471

Rescission in the civil law........................................... 1472

Recovery by one who has broken his contract......................... 1473

Recovery for defaulting seller's part performance...................... 1474

Recovery for labor and materials by party in default................... 1475

Recovery of money paid by party in default.......................... 1476

Recovery by an employee in default.................................. 1477

Measure of recovery in action for restitution.......................... 1478

Rescission and restitution where there is no liability on the contract...... 1479

Cost to the plaintiff or benefit to the defendant........................ 1480

Criticism of proposed tests.......................................... 1481

Benefit to the defendant is the proper test............................ 1482

How benefit to the defendant is to be calculated....................... 1483

Defendant's recoupment or counterclaim.............................. 1484

Effect of the contract price on quasi-contractual recovery............... 1485