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Business Law Contract Disputes

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Business law is a complicated field of law, with many intersecting legalities that require attention and protection. Establishing and discussing contracts is a way businesses are able to ensure this protection. The use of these contracts ensures that certain terms and agreements are met or legal action can be taken. But with the enforcement of contract terms comes disputes about whether those terms were met or were equitable. At M. Ross & Associates, LLC, we have experience in resolving business disputes. If your business is facing a contract dispute, skilled legal counsel from our Bergen County business attorneys can help you achieve the results you want.

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Attorney, Michele Ross, standing in front of her desk in her office. Types of Contract Disputes

When a business contract is signed, it is understood that both parties agree to the terms stated within the contract. However, sometimes things don’t go as intended or promises go unfulfilled. If your business agreement is broken, you should know whether your breach of contract was material or non-material.

The difference between the two is defined as[M1] :

  • Material breaches are contracts that are broken in a way that defies the whole reason why the contract was established. The fundamental roots on which it was established are broken.
  • Non-material breaches are breaches that violate terms of a contract but do not defy the point of the contract completely. An agreement can withstand a non-material breach.

Our business contract lawyers can help clients throughout Bergen County with both material and non-material contract breaches and disputes. If your contract has suffered from a non-material breach, we can help provide the legal advocacy you need during discussion and reevaluation. Likewise, we can also help with material breaches. Courts are more likely to be involved in this kind of violation and we are more than prepared to represent your business.

Contact our firm today to solve the contract disputes your business may be facing.

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