A similar principle applies to breaches of contract. Where there are several ways in which a contract could be performed, the mode to be adopted is the one “…least profitable to the plaintiff, and the least burthensome to the defendant.” (See: Hamilton v. Open Window Bakery Ltd., 2004 SCC 9,  1 S.C.R. 303 at para. 11)
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