Grant Saw’s highly-skilled team has a proven track record of successful conflict resolutions and negotiations. With more than 150 years in the legal industry, they are the ‘go-to solicitors’ for both complex and straightforward disputes, because they handle each case on its merits and with the utmost delicacy.
“Our breach of contract solicitors are lawyers who specialise in helping clients who have experienced a breach of contract,” says Managing Partner, Ray Crudgington. “A breach of contract occurs when one or more parties do not adhere to the stipulations in the signed agreement. Our solicitors can assist with legal advice, negotiation, and representation at court. They can help you understand your rights and options under the contract, and help you recover any damages you may be entitled to following the breach. If you believe you have experienced a breach of contract, it is important to consult with a qualified breach of contract solicitors as soon as possible to ensure your rights are protected”.
There are several types of breach of contract, including material breach, minor breach, anticipatory breach, actual breach, fundamental breach, and constructive breach.
A material breach is a significant violation of the contract that goes to the heart of the agreement and makes it impossible for one party to fulfill their obligations. A minor breach is a smaller violation of the contract where the non-breaching party can still fulfill their obligations.
An anticipatory breach occurs when one party indicates, before the performance is due, that they will not fulfill their obligations under the contract. An actual breach occurs when one party fails to fulfill its obligations under the contract without lawful rationale.
A fundamental breach is a serious breach that goes to the root of the contract and destroys the basis of the agreement. A constructive breach occurs when one party has not fulfilled their obligations but has made it impossible for the other party to fulfill their obligations. It's important to note that the specific types of breach can vary depending on the jurisdiction, and it's always best to consult a solicitor for tailored advice.
Whatever type of contractual breach you have experienced, the team at Grant Saw can help you figure out what breach has occurred and how to proceed. There is a devoted team of knowledgeable contract conflict solicitors at Grant Saw, who provide individuals and companies with advice and support regarding a wide range of contractual disputes.
Contracts can range from straightforward verbal agreements to comprehensive written agreements in terms of complexity and breadth. Conflicts can occur for a variety of reasons, including disagreements between the parties about what was intended, the interpretation of a specific clause, if a party is in breach of their obligations, or when one party wants to dissolve the contract.
Contract disputes can be time-consuming and upsetting at times, and the solicitors at Grant Saw are aware of this. To reduce time and expenses, they will liaise directly with you to handle contractual issues quickly and effectively. They concentrate on using negotiation, mediation, and other types of resolution techniques to settle disputes in the most efficient way possible. They offer sound counsel in situations where going to court is required or unavoidable so clients can get the best result.
About Grant Saw
Grant Saw are a firm of solicitors recognised for its excellence in the legal field. The firm holds accreditations for the Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS), Family Law Accreditation, the Wills and Inheritance Quality Scheme (WIQS), and the Lexcel accreditation from the Law Society for their practice management. They were awarded ISO:9001 in August 2013, a well-recognised standard that is only provided to companies who are dedicated to impeccable service and ethical excellence. These accolades set Grant Saw apart from other solicitors. Grant Saw is also a part of LawNet, a group of legal firms dedicated to exchanging information and creative approaches. Grant Saw is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Find out more details about our services by visiting https://grantsaw.com/.