If you believe you have a claim for breach of contract – or have a breach of contract claim against you that requires defending, feel free to get in touch with our team of experts today.
What is a breach of contract?
A contract is a written or spoken agreement that is intended to be enforceable by law. It can include express terms (those that have been set out) and implied terms (terms that may not be express but are necessary for the proper function of the contract).
Where a party refuses or does not perform their duties as agreed under the contract, they will be in breach.
Our breach of contract solicitors have helped clients in a wide range of situations. Common breach of contract examples include:
- Defective performance – for instance, works have been carried out but not to the level required, perhaps also doing damage in the process;
- No performance – where a contract has been agreed and obligations not carried out;
- Delay – where a contract is not performed in the agreed time leading to loss;
- Non-payment – where obligations are performed but not paid for.