This section is from the book "The Law Of Contracts", by William Herbert Page. Also available from Amazon: Commercial Contracts: A Practical Guide to Deals, Contracts, Agreements and Promises.
Sec. 2773. Treatment of topics involved in performance.
Sec. 2774. Performance as dependent on actual benefit to adversary party, or expense to party who performs.
Sec. 2775. Performance of building and construction contracts as affected by benefit conferred.
Sec. 2776. Contracts to furnish and install machinery.
Sec. 2777. Other contracts.
Sec. 2778. Degree of performance required - Origin of doctrine of substantial performance.
Sec. 2780. Definitions of substantial performance.
Sec. 2782. Elements of substantial performance - Relation of actual performance to terms of contract.
Sec. 2783. Theory and actual operation of doctrine of substantial performance.
Sec. 2787. Substantial performance of contracts for locating business, railroad, etc.
Sec. 2788. Substantial performance of contracts for manufacture and sale of goods.
Sec. 2789. Attempted performance less than substantial performance - General principles.
Sec. 2791. Sale of realty - Performance less than substantial performance - Party not in default seeking to enforce contract.
Sec. 2792. Contracts For Work, Labor, Services, Etc
- Performance less than sub-stantia].
Sec. 2794. Building contracts - Reconstruction necessary - Immaterial variance.
Sec. 2705. Building contracts - Reconstruction necessary - Material variance.
Sec. 2796. Building contracts - Material deficiency not necessitating reconstruction.
Sec. 2797. Contracts for sale and manufacture of goods - Performance less than substantial.
Sec. 2798. Other contracts.
Sec. 2799. Contracts to be performed in the alternative.
Sec. 2800. Covenant prescribing duty in case of default.
Sec. 2801. Effect Of Performance