Contract Issues

Contractual Disputes

Contractual disputes can arise before, during or after a contract has been entered into. It is therefore important to ensure that Contracts are drafted comprehensively.

Such disputes can include the provision for faulty goods and services, the pursuit of unpaid debts and recovering damages arising from breaches of business contracts.

Where a dispute surfaces, we always encourage our clients to resolve the matter quickly without resorting to litigation, thereby preserving the contractual and business relationships. If this is not possible, we will take effective and where necessary legal action to protect your position.

Contracts can be written, spoken or implied agreements. By entering into a contract, each party to it is obliged to fulfil their part of the agreement. If contracts are broken or breached, whether they are contracts of sale or purchase, promissory notes or leases, damages can be payable.

There are many ways to resolve a dispute. Our team is able to advise you on the most effective way to resolve a dispute as quickly and cost-efficiently as possible. Our methods include negotiating on your behalf, mediating or arbitrating if appropriate or issuing a claim at court (litigation), in order to find the right solution for you.

Business partners will sometimes fall in dispute. Such disputes are often resolved by examining the terms of the agreement between the partners or by reference to the Partnership Act and relevant case law. We will listen to the causes of the dispute and take practical steps to resolve the issue whilst trying to preserve the reputation of all parties involved.

Early intervention in relation to contractual disputes by solicitors can be very beneficial, so why not contact Andrew & Andrew Solicitors, who have over 60 years of experience dealing with contractual disputes, to discuss your case under our initial, free consultation, no obligation scheme.We are there to answer all of your questions using plain English and will act in your best interest in all circumstances.

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