Dickson contracted to build a house for Moran. When it was approximately 25 percent to
40 percent completed, Moran would not let Dickson work any more because he was not following the building plans and specifications and there were many defects. Moran hired another contractor to correct the defects and finish the building. Dickson sued Moran for breach of contract, claiming that he had substantially performed the contract up to the point where he had been discharged. Was Dickson correct? [Dickson v. Moran, 344 So.2d 102 (La. App.)]
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