Written by attorney Tod C Gurney

Application of the “Commercial Common Sense Test” in Contract Disputes

When it comes to commercial contract disputes, there is a lot that a judge will consider before making any determinations. One factor a judge will consider is whether or not the terms of the contract are clear and unambiguous.

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When drafting a contract, it is extremely important that the wording is clear and concise and that it leaves no room for interpretation. In using unambiguous language, you can effectively mitigate any reason for a contract dispute, which can save you time, money, and headache in the future. The best way to draft an undisputable contract is to work with a contract attorney. At Garcia & Gurney, ALC, our Pleasanton employment lawyers work with business owners throughout the Pleasanton, Alameda, and Contra Costa areas to draft clear and unambiguous contracts. If you are in need of a business contract that leaves no room for interpretation, reach out to our employment law firm at 925-468-0400 or contact us online.

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