Resolutory Clause vs. Resolutive Clause

A resolutory clause refers to a condition which, if performed by the parties, will avoid punishable enforcement. For example, a party which delays payments, has a term to deposit all due sums. So in such case the contract will enter into its usual path and the creditor won’t take it to the bailiff. 
A  “resolutive clause” refers to terms or conditions that establish the situations for annulment of the contract.