A contract dispute is one of the most common types of business conflict between individuals that can lead to litigation. Different types of contract disputes can occur depending on the nature of the underlying business involved. Any breach of contract dispute must be handled as quickly and efficiently as possible to ensure that your legal rights are protected and enforced. With the commitment of an attorney at Daily Aljian LLP, you may be able to avoid costly civil litigation while still resolving your dispute in a fair and reasonable manner.
What is a “Breach of Contract”?
A business contract creates certain obligations that must be met by the individuals or companies who entered into the agreement. If a party fails to fulfill an end of the bargain under a contract, it is known as a “breach” of the said contract. A breach can occur in various forms, such as failing to perform on time, not performing in accordance with the terms of the agreement, or failing to perform altogether.
Accordingly, a breach of contract will usually be categorized as either “material” or “immaterial” for purposes of determining the appropriate legal solution or “remedy” for the breach.
What Happens After a Contract is Breached?
In the event that a contract is breached, one or both of the parties may wish to enforce the terms of the contract or may try to recover for any financial harm caused by the alleged breach.
Contract disputes may be resolved either by filing a lawsuit or pursuing an out-of-court option of “alternative dispute resolution.”
Contact Daily Aljian LLP at (949) 861-2524 for strong legal representation in a breach of contract or other contractual conflict.