As a result, the T-shirt seller can recover from the injuring buyer the profits that the seller would have made from the sale of the T-shirt for which the injuring buyer entered into a contract. The objective of contract law with respect to damages is to place the injured party in such a good position, where the injured party has faded if the injuring party had provided the full performance. The normal measure of injury does not place the seller of the lost volume in as good a position as the seller of the lost volume if the injuring buyer had provided the entire service. The seller of lost volumes would have had the benefit of two sales if the first purchaser had made the profit of a single sale as a result of the first buyer`s infringement. In this case, a specific law (including Section 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code in the United States) allows the aggrieved seller to recover the loss of profits that the seller would have realized if the buyer had not violated (plus, in certain circumstances, accidental damages). Lost volume sellers are usually those whose ability to sell, produce or buy the relevant goods is large enough to meet the demand of all customers who wish to purchase these goods. The time limit is usually introduced in the context of a breach action in which the selling party tries to recover against an injured buyer who rejects his promise to purchase. In the case of a lost volume seller, failure to make a reduced sale (i.e.: Due to the buyer`s infringement), the seller`s profits for the amount of profits that would result from that sale.  In the case of a lost volume seller, the seller sells the goods to someone else, normally at the same price. . . .