JOHN CARTWRIGHT 95 degree of judicial control over the remedies. This is not, however, what appears to be happening. In contrast with civil law systems, English courts do not generally create such general principles, but prefer targeted (fact- and context-based) solutions.53 There may be some softening at the edges of some of the particular, traditional rules ; but the underlying fundamentals of the well-established English law of remedies for breach of contract appear to be intact. 53. J. Cartwright, "Redelijkheid en billijkheid : a view from English law" in C.G. Breedveldde Voogt et al., Core Concepts in the Dutch Civil Code (Wolters Kluwer, 2016), 39.