BREACH OF PROMISE
breach of promise. The violation of one’s word or undertaking, esp. a promise to marry. ? Under English common law, an engagement to marry had the nature of a commercial contract, so if one party broke the engagement without justification, the innocent party was entitled to damages. See HEARTBALM STATUTE . [Cases: Breach of Marriage Promise 1¨C36. C.J.S. Breach of Marriage Promise ¡ì¡ì 2¨C21.]
What is the legal equivalent of the term BREACH OF PROMISE in Chinese?
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