A breach of contract occurs when either one or multiple parties fails to act in accordance with a legally binding contract. This can mean either or both parties refused to do something promised in the contract, does something that is prohibited by the contract, or does something that prevents another party from fulfilling their contractual obligations.
There are two main types of contractual breaches: material and immaterial. An immaterial breach is considered a trivial breach and doesn’t usually render the contract broken. A material breach on the other hand is extremely serious and usually means the contract is broken. A material breach of contract can lead to justified actions in court.
If you have been the victim of a breach of contract or are being accused of breaching contract it is important to know your rights. Contact the Foothill Law Group today. We will analyze your contract and evaluate your legal standing so you can make the best decision possible for you and your business. We can also fight for you to recover damages if any are in order.
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