Legal Advice for Breach of Contract — 155 results
Written by attorney Pamela Koslyn, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Oral, written or implied? In California, oral agreements are as enforceable as written ones, although oral ones are more difficult to prove, and there can be doubt about what was agreed to.... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, 9 months ago.
As the saying goes, good help is hard to find. In the cabinet industry, finding a qualified and skilled cabinet designer or installer is critical to the success of your business. Once you... more
Written by attorney Tariq Zafar, over 1 year ago.
When two parties enter into a contract they create a legally enforceable agreement based on mutual obligations and understanding. Within a written contract, there are often numerous legal... more
Written by attorney Dariush G. Adli, over 1 year ago.
Breaching a contract is when a party involved in a legal contract with others fails to uphold their role as outlined in the contract. The following are the top 10 reasons why breaching a... more
Written by attorney Regina Gordon, over 1 year ago.
As a small business owner you likely enter into contracts on a daily basis. With suppliers, distributors, and employees. When a party doesn’t perform, the contract should be the first place... more
Written by attorney Frank Natoli, over 1 year ago.
It is often necessary to resolve business conflicts in a definitive and enforceable manner. Many people assume that the court system is the only option, or the best option, for resolving... more
Written by attorney James S. Tupitza, 5 months ago.
Many tenants grow frustrated when a landlord does not make timely repairs, or when the conduct of neighbors interferes with the ability to live in an apartment. The Implied Warranty of... more
Written by attorney David M Blain, almost 2 years ago.
THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF HABITABILITY
Whether expressly written into the lease agreement or not, every lease for the rental of residential property contains a warranty of habitability. This... more
Written by attorney William Yanger, 6 months ago.
I’ve heard the bar-stool lawyers (not attorneys, they just like to play one while slurping drinks in front of pretty females) from time to time pontificate about lawsuits they’ll defend pro... more
Written by attorney Hanna Manzur, about 1 year ago.
Contracts are a vital part of any business. Whether it is a purchase or sale order, an offer of employment or a customer waiver and release, the terms of any contract define the nature of... more
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