duly performed


duly performed
Fully performed. In some jurisdictions, where the statute permits a party in a contract action to allege generally that he has "duly performed" all of the conditions on his part, if he would avail himself of this provision, he must comply strictly with the statute, and the omission of the word "duly" would seem fatal. Accordingly, a substitution of the word "substantially" for the word "duly" was held to be an insufficient allegation of performance. Lusk Lumber Co. v Independent Producers Consol. 35 Wyo 381, 249 P 790.

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