Breach of Contract

There are a number of remedies available for a breach of contract, including the payment of damages, repudiation and a specific performance court order. We can recommend the most suitable remedy in your particular case, working to ensure your losses are fully recovered.

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If you have entered into a contract and one party has broken the terms of the agreement, it may lead to a breach of contract dispute.

Contractual claims can cover a wide range of issues, including:

  • Non-payment for goods or services
  • Failure to provide goods or services
  • Providing defective goods or services
  • Breach of restrictive covenants

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Breach of contract solicitors

Where one party has failed to fulfil their contractual obligations, the first step is to review the terms of the contract to verify the rights and responsibilities of each party. This is essential, or you may pursue a claim that has little merit.

If a breach of contract has arisen, our aim is to resolve the dispute in an economic and timely fashion that is always proportionate to the value of the case. Where possible, we will help you pursue Alternative Dispute Resolution rather than expensive court proceedings.

There are a number of remedies available for a breach of contract, including the payment of damages, repudiation and a specific performance court order. We can recommend the most suitable remedy in your particular case, working to ensure your losses are fully recovered.

We also act on behalf of those defending a breach of contract claim, working to minimise the potential consequences.

In certain circumstances we can offer a range of fee options, including no win no fee and fixed fee arrangements.

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