Analyzes the amount of autonomy given to contracting parties in California to liquidate or fix the amount of damages for contract breach. Discussion of the basic policy considerations and trends in party autonomy; Consideration of the various types of contractual clauses controlling damages; Explanation of what criteria are articulated by courts in the cases.

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