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Toronto breach of contract lawyer

Ideally, contracts are designed to serve the best interest of all parties involved but they are not all created equally. Agreements are not always clear, and the terms can be complicated, which is why knowledgeable counsel is essential in ensuring your rights are protected. It is also important to remember that even the strongest contract does not guarantee that the other party will abide by it. Contracts are broken every day, and when they are, it can be a frustrating and expensive experience. Our Commercial & Civil Litigation lawyers at Chand & Co have a wealth of experience in contract law that allows us to deliver sound guidance and develop effective strategies to effectively serve you. If you feel you are legally entitled to terminate a contract or if someone is in breach of their agreement, we can provide the highly personalized and attentive advice you need to obtain the outcome you deserve.

Toronto breach of contract lawyer



Deals can be made in writing or you can have a verbal agreement. A violation of a contract is called a breach and generally means that one of the parties failed to do something they agreed to or did something they should not have done. Of course, a breach of a written contract is easier to prove than in an oral contract and finding a resolution can present challenges. Was there a breach of an implied or express term? Was there a lawfully recognized excuse? There are times when a disagreement can be resolved with a monetary payment. In other instances, someone can be ordered to fulfill the terms of the agreement under the legal concept of specific performance. We are here to answer all your questions. Our accomplished and respected team of breach of contract lawyers in Toronto can resolve your issues and give you peace of mind.

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