By definition, a breach of contract is when a contractual duty is broken. In other words, one of the contracting parties breaches the promises made in the agreement. Given that contracts are a significant part of your life, especially if you own and/or operate a business, the kinds of contracts you enter into and the ways in which they can be broken are virtually limitless. This means that there are many ways in which you might need the help of an experienced Breach of Contract Solicitors like those on the Pearl Lemon Legal team.
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A legally enforceable agreement between two or more parties is referred to as a contract. Even though contracts can also be oral, it is in your best interests to always put them in writing. Why? Because there is less potential for miscommunication between the parties, “Breach of Contract Solicitors” can help you stand a higher chance of enforcing the contract’s terms and obtaining damages or other judicial assistance if the other party violates them.