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The bylaws of any such corporation, or such marketing contract, may fix as liquidated damages specific sums to be paid by any member upon the breach of any provision of such marketing contract, and such liquidated damages shall be valid and enforceable in the courts of this state; and any such corporation shall be entitled to a preliminary or permanent injunction against any member for any breach or threatened breach of the provisions of such marketing contract as to sale or delivery of products, and to a decree of specific performance thereof, provided no preliminary or temporary injunction shall be issued without bond, except for cause shown. In any action by the corporation against any member upon a marketing contract, if such member is a land owner, landlord or lessor, it shall be prima facie presumed that he is able to control the delivery of the products of his land produced by tenants or others if the tenancy has been created or changed or if the work or possession of such tenants or others has begun after the land owner, landlord or lessor executed his marketing agreement; and in any such action the foregoing remedies for nondelivery or breach shall lie and be enforceable against such land owner, landlord or lessor.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Connecticut General Statutes Title 33. Corporations § 33-213. Remedies for breach of contract - last updated June 28, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ct/title-33-corporations/ct-gen-st-sect-33-213/
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