Breach of Contract
It is an unfortunate truth in contemporary times that individuals are not always able (or wish) to keep to their written or oral agreements. Breaches of contract are all too common and pose a danger to profitable commercial relationships. Nevertheless, if a client of yours, or a provider of goods/services, has behaved so poorly that they have breached an agreement with you, then litigation is likely to be on the horizon.
Our team at Backhouse Jones are experienced in both pre-litigation negotiations and also in court proceedings. Thus, you can be sure that we will consider all options and exercise cost awareness when acting for you in such matters. This means that you, as a sole-trader, partnership or business, can continue your operations without the stress of the below issues that often raise their ugly heads during matters of breached contracts.
- Formation of Contract
- Express Terms of the Contract
- Implied Terms of the Contract
- Collateral Contracts
- Performance of the Contract
- Exclusion Clauses
- Limitation Clauses
Matters involving a breach of contract are delicate and require a light-handed approach if both parties are to do business in the future and limit legal expenses.