Breach Of Contract
What to do when there is a breach of contract
Whether you are buying or selling goods or services, the majority of transactions that you enter into, in your personal life, involve the making of a contract. The contract does not have to be in writing, a contract can exist through conduct or by a verbal agreement. Even the purchase of a loaf of bread from your local supermarket results in you forming a contract.
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Where one party to a contract fails to meet their obligations under the contract, this can result in a breach of contract. A breach in contract can mean a good deal of inconvenience and even financial losses for the parties left on the receiving end of an unfulfilled obligation.
If you have been on the receiving end of a breached contract we can review the terms of the contract and assess the losses that you have suffered as a result of this breach. Alternatively, if you are being pursued for payment where you believe you are not liable, again we will be able to review the evidence and provide you with advice on your position.
Our experienced team can advise you on dealing with the dispute arising out of contractual issues and help you to reach a quick resolution.
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- Broken Agreements & Contracts
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