One of the most common disruptions to a business is when there is a breach
of contract. When a contract is part of a business deal, you must intrinsically
understand the conditions before signing your name or business to a legal
document. Otherwise, you may unknowingly breach the contract and invite
a host of legal consequences.
In case of a breach of contract, the non-breaching person must decide how
to respond and may pursue financial compensation, sue the other party
to complete the obligation, or fail to keep up his or her part of the
What Constitutes a Breach of Contract?
A lawful business contract establishes obligations between two individuals
or companies and dictates both parties to uphold their end of the bargain.
An official breach of contract occurs when either side fails to maintain
their promises as stipulated in the agreement. These failures can range
from minor to absolutely devastating to your business, which is why our
firm, Semelsberger Kaelin, LLP, believes in holding irresponsible individuals
or companies accountable for any agreements they break.
There are unique situations in which the offending party will not be held
to the same standard of breach of contract. One of the strongest defenses
is proving these requirements could not be fulfilled for a legitimate,
lawful reason. There must be a legal justification for failing to complete
what was expected upon signing the contract.
Successfully Providing Utmost Legal Services in San Diego for Over 3 Decades
Your business cannot thrive if you are unable to protect it from various
challenging disputes. With Allen Semelsberger Kaelin, LLP on your side,
you can take a backseat when it comes to worrying about the legalities
of your business. Our San Diego attorneys are well-versed in contract
law and have the resources to successfully resolve your concern with ease.
Call (888) 998-2031 to schedule an initial consultation with our San Diego breach
of contract lawyers.