Breach of Contract Claims
There can be no underestimating the importance of contracts between individuals and companies. They form the basis of most interaction between the relevant parties and cover many different aspects of business.
A binding contract exists in law when an offer made by one party is accepted by another, including agreement that both will benefit from it. However, a breach of contract can occur if the binding agreement is not honoured by one or more of the parties involved.
If you enter into a contract and it is breached, there are several possible remedies available. To discuss your situation with the expert team at Blackstone Solicitors, simply call us today on 0161 929 0121. Alternatively, fill in our online enquiry form and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Breach of contract remedies
There are various methods of resolution designed to help if you have fallen victim to a breach of contract. Among the most commonly used remedies are:
- Claiming compensation for loss or damage caused
- Seeking an order of the court for the contract to be performed. This is otherwise known as specific performance
The latter is only ever ordered at the discretion of the court, while the former is the usual remedy used and relates to loss or damage in various forms, including that which occurred in the usual course of events and that which the parties were aware might happen as a consequence of a breach of contract when the contract was first drafted.
We can help
Given the complexities involved when a breach of contract occurs, it is imperative you have access to the very best legal help to ensure you are able to navigate the waters and obtain the outcome you deserve. Passionate and willing to do everything in our power to get the best result for our clients, the team at Blackstone Solicitors has an in-depth knowledge of all aspects of breach of contract.
We are tenacious in our dealings and will fight tooth and nail to make sure you have the best opportunity to emerge successful from your case. Although based in Manchester, we also have an office in London and are able to help regardless of your location, including Cheshire, Chester and elsewhere throughout the UK.
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