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Contract Disputes

Broken Contract

A breach of contract can take many forms. Put simply, a breach of contract occurs where one side fails to perform its obligations under a contract, a legally binding agreement between two or more people.

Typical examples include failing to supply goods or services, failing to carry out contractual obligations or failing to make payment for goods and/or services as agreed.

This can either be as a consumer or in the course of business. Either way we can help.

Usually this will involve bringing a claim for damages – the object of which is to put you in the same financial position you would have been in had the contract been properly performed. Sometimes damages are not sufficient and you may need an order to enforce the contract – known as specific performance or perhaps an injunction to prevent any further breach.

We can advise you of your rights and the appropriate remedies available to you in each specific case.

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