Avoidance of the contract releases both parties from their
obligations under it, subject to any damages which may be
due. Avoidance does not affect any provision of the contract
for the settlement of disputes or any other provision of the
contract governing the rights and obligations of the parties
consequent upon the avoidance of the contract.
A party who has performed the contract either wholly or in
part may claim restitution from the other party of whatever
the first party has supplied or paid under the contract. If
both parties are bound to make restitution, they must do so
If the seller is bound to refund the price, he must also pay
interest on it, from the date on which the price was paid.
The buyer must account to the seller for all benefits which
he has derived from the goods or part of them:
if he must make restitution of the goods or part of them;
if it is impossible for him to make restitution of all or
part of the goods or to make restitution of all or part of
the goods substantially in the condition in which he received
them, but he has nevertheless declared the contract avoided
or required the seller to deliver substitute goods.