Breach of Contract
We offer specialist contractual dispute legal services to clients in london and beyond
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Contract Dispute Solicitors
All business relationship are governed by a contract, whether it is a transaction between consumers and retailers or between two businesses. When you conduct business with another party, a contract becomes binding when they accept your terms. These terms protect a business and outline the requirements of both parties. which are often outlined in a contract.
In some cases, a contractual dispute can occur as a result of the one parties action or failure to abide by the terms of the contract. This is known as a breach of contract.
Contractual disputes can vary significantly. They could be a minor issue, which might have a simple resolution or you can have complex breaches, which has a far reaching impact on business.
How Freeman Harris Solicitors can help with contractual disputes?
We understand the issues caused by such disputes can affect business severely in many cases. Most businesses would rather focus on conducting business than addressing such disputes. This is where we can assist you in identifying the breach and helping you with the resolutions available.
We have dealt with contractual disputes for the following professionals:
- All tradesman
- Letting agents
- Property owner’s
- Private or local authorities
- Shops and department stores
Our first step is to carefully the review the contract, which sets out each party’s obligation to the other, and identify the breach. This is followed by researching a method of resolving the dispute. We also understand that some clients would want to resolve a contract dispute outside of the courts, and we will aim to achieve this method of resolution for you.
If you have a contractual dispute, we can assist in various ways from reviewing the matter to giving you a view on whether you have the ability to claim a breach. Contact us today to discuss your dispute.
Contractual Dispute Fees
Fixed Fee No Win,
No Fee (CFA)
Damaged Based Agreements (DBA)
Fees inclusive of VAT and disbursements N.B. provided simple and straightforward