What is a contract dispute?
When one party fails to do what they have agreed to do in a contract, whether the contract is a 100-page document or an unrecorded verbal agreement, it becomes a contract dispute. Any disputes must be dealt with properly.
A contract is a formal, legally binding agreement between two or more parties. Due to the common usage of contracts across society, contractual disputes can arise across a huge range of situations, including business, property, employment, and more.
How can we help?
We will firstly help you establish exactly when you entered into the contract and what the contract stipulated.
We can then advise you on how to proceed, in order to ensure that the agreement is adhered to in the future.
And, if required, we can act on your behalf in resolving the dispute. Most of the time a dispute can be resolved out of court, but we can also support you even if the matter advances to court proceedings.
Experts in dispute resolution
Our contract dispute solicitors approach every case by employing the most appropriate dispute resolution method.
Many disagreements can be solved through careful negotiation at a roundtable meeting, others have to be settled through formal mediation (where a professional mediator brokers a deal between you and the other party), while some require court proceedings.
Get in touch with our team today to discuss your case. You can call us on 0161 969 3131, or use the form above to submit an enquiry.
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