From simple purchasing contracts to more complex business agreements, our contract dispute solicitors will examine and resolve any type of contract dispute. We aim to settle disputes fast and fairly.
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During our life, we enter many contracts — some big, some small. Each time we purchase something, we enter a contract even if we don’t realise it. We also enter contracts when we form new relationships that need to be documented and defined. So, from buying a book to starting a business, all of us are familiar with the act of forming and signing agreements.
As we make new contracts every day, some inevitably hold more gravity than others. This makes it important for us to agree on the more meaningful pacts where emotions, money and reputation are all at stake. As contract dispute solicitors, we help you to keep track of your most important agreements and challenge them if you think something isn’t right.
From lengthy contracts to non-written verbal agreements, we are experts at reviewing and assessing contract material. We’re methodical about the way we review agreements so as not to miss any minor detail or small indicator that a contract is invalid. We can help you negotiate contractual terms to resolve a dispute or potential dispute.
Depending on your desired outcome, we can help you to make a claim for damages, apply for an order to enforce a contract or declare an agreement null and void.
Just tell us what your contract conflict is about, and we’ll help — it’s that simple.
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A contract dispute is a disagreement about a legally binding document or agreement between two or more persons (this can be between two people or a person and a Company or organisation or between Companies . Contracts exist to confirm relationships and determine responsibility, but in practice, they don’t always work this way. When people have varying perceptions of a contract or believe a contract is invalid, contract disputes come into play to either alter or abolish an agreement.
Any experienced contract dispute lawyer will tell you that every contract dispute is different. It’s possible to question any element of a contract that you believe to be false, ambiguous or invalid. For this reason, contract disputes can focus on certain clauses of a contract or a contract in its entirety. A person may even motion a contract dispute based on a verbal agreement that is not written or is only partly in writing.
Any type of contract can feasibly come under dispute. Yet, contracts concerning subjects with significant influence are the most common cause for concern. These include business agreements, tenancy contracts, insurance policies, employment contracts and debt agreements.
A contract dispute lawyer assists you in every stage of a contract dispute. Contract dispute solicitors will establish when a contract was signed and under what circumstances before examining a contract clause by clause, using their in-depth knowledge of contract law.
We can help when a contract has been breached enabling you to claim compensation as a result or seeking that the contract be enforced and the terms performed.. It’s the role of a contract dispute lawyer to understand their client’s concerns and help to address them, either in private or in court.
If you are a customer of Lockings Solicitors and we have contracted with you online you may be entitled to use the EU Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) Platform to assist in resolving any dispute with us. This service can be found at https://ec.europa.eu/odr.
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