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Disputes over contracts can affect both individuals and businesses and typically arise when one party fails to meet the terms of a contract or does not perform their obligations leading to a claim for breach of contract being made against them.

There are a number of ways to resolve contractual disputes including:

  • Negotiation
  • Mediation and arbitration
  • Court proceedings

Contract disputes can be costly and time consuming to resolve and often damage a party’s reputation, so it is wise to seek early legal advice.

How do contract disputes happen?

Perhaps your business or personal circumstances have changed in some way that has made keeping to the terms of a contract very difficult.  Or perhaps someone else has drawn up a contract that you now feel is unfair or was misleading in some way.

Many people sadly enter into a contract agreement with a professional such as a tradesperson, a professional person or a business, only to be let down by them in some way, that could include negligence or non-fulfilment or part-fulfilment of a service.

Such contract disputes are increasingly frequent in today’s society, which mean it is essential you receive realistic and sensible advice on how best to resolve any problems you encounter.

What should I do if I have a contract dispute?

When a contract dispute arises then, depending on the type of contract, you can contact the other party and come to an informal agreement. However, it is sometimes preferable and often more productive to instruct a solicitor who can sort out the contract dispute on your behalf.

At Mander Hadley, our team of friendly and knowledgeable experts have considerable experience in dealing with a wide range of contractual disagreements. Our specialist legal experience includes advice to companies, partnerships and individuals covering contract disputes such as:

  • Sale and supply and purchase of goods and services
  • Misrepresentation
  • Exclusion and limitation clauses
  • Restrictive covenants
  • Professional negligence
  • Building disputes
  • Breaches of trust
  • Breaches of fiduciary duties
  • Partnership agreements
  • Retention of title clauses
  • Warranties
  • Insurance contracts
  • Agents and broker contracts
  • Sale and purchase agreements
  • Employment contracts
  • Debt recovery

Whatever the contract dispute, the team at Mander Hadley can help. During our initial, free, no obligation telephone chat, we will take the time to understand exactly what’s happened and then suggest the best way of achieving a successful dispute resolution.

Contact us now to find out how we can help you with contract disputes. You are in safe hands at Mander Hadley.

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