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Contract Disputes Archives

Make sure you're in compliance with business transactional law

For most businesses in New Jersey, the main goal of the company is to keep customers happy and earn a profit. These are the basics but, as many of our readers know, this can be "easier said than done." Many companies in New Jersey will run into legal problems that can complicate the efforts to achieve these basic goals at times, making it supremely important to make sure that they are in compliance with business transactional law.

Moorestown attorneys can help businesses with their legal needs

Business owners in Moorestown are often able to successfully adapt to an ever-changing business climate. They can manage their business, strategize effectively and take on new business opportunities. They are experts in their field and often experience great success.

Breach of contract remedies beyond monetary damages

Contracts often form the backbone of many business transactions in Moorestown. Some are simple, others complex, but what they all have in common is that both parties expect that they will be dutifully honored. Unfortunately, this does not always happen. One party will fail to live up to their part of the deal, resulting in a breach of contract.

Avoid contract disputes by notarizing contracts

Contracts are a mainstay of business dealings in Moorestown. However, no matter how thoroughly they are negotiated and how carefully they are drafted, contract disputes may still arise. Parties may disagree on what their duties are under the contract or how to execute them. Costs may go above what was agreed upon or deadlines may be missed. Unfortunately, in the end it may be inevitable that sooner or later a contract dispute will arise.

The difference between a material and minor breach of contract

When two parties in Moorestown enter into a contract, they do so anticipating that they will each see the fruits of the contract once the performance of the contract is completed. However, things do not always proceed so neatly. Sometimes a contract is broken or "breached." In general, a breach of contract can be either material or minor.

What are the main remedies if a business contract is breached?

When there is a breach of contract in Moorestown, the injured party may have various remedies available. In general, the three basic types of remedies that may be available if a business contract is breached are damages, specific performance or cancellation and restitution. This post is going to focus on damages.

Can I sue based on delays incurred to my construction project?

Expanding a business can be exciting, but helping an entity grow can require the significant investment of resources on the part of the business owner. Growth in the business world can include acquiring more labor, purchasing more inventory and building more business space.

Know your business's rights when facing contract disputes

Some New Jersey businesses manage to operate in contentious markets for years without ever finding themselves involved in business-related disputes. Others may discover shortly after opening their doors that they have become the targets of other entities' legal claims. When disagreements arise in the business world, contracts are often at the heart of the parties' differing claims.

How is non-performance a breach of contract?

One of the main reasons that Moorestown businesses enter into business contracts is to create legal obligations between themselves and other parties for the execution or performance of business-related activities. Businesses contract with employees so that they have workers to handle their operational functions and they contract with other entities to secure the goods and services that they need to make their businesses run. Without contracts in place it can be very difficult for a business to know if its vendors, employees and partners will do what the business needs them to do.

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