Courts will decide how much to ward a claimant based on the losses that the claimant has incurred with respect to the breach of contract. When deciding the loss, the court may try to put the claimant in a situation where the contract has been properly performed. When the contract is properly performed, Lucy would not have incurred the loss of £6,000. She has now incurred a financial loss and the court will decide for damages that will able to cure the defendant’s breach. In this case, the court may order financial remedies for Lucy in the amount of were £6,000. In addition to this, Lucy also has losses incurred in the form of losing reputation with customers. She has booked the restaurant for 80 customers but has been able to entertain only 40 and has turned away the rest of the 40 customers. This is a loss of reputation. These customers might choose not to go to Lucy’s restaurant again. So here Lucy has lost future profits. Lucy can therefore make a claim that reasonable captures the loss of reputation and business that she will lose in the future because of the contract breach and she will be able to claim based on that. The losses that are incurred because of the delayed installation and the losses that are based on facts known to both parties will be acceptable. While Lucy can claim for damages in the forms of monetary compensation, she will also be able to ask for contract completion, or other equitable awards. Here Lucy can ask for the defective equipment to be replaced or re-installed also. The remedy available for Lucy is that of submitting a damages claim. She will be submitting this in the three track system.