Contracts are fundamental to the operation of any business. They are not always thirty pages’ long and filled with extremely complex jargon. A business contract can be as simple as agreeing to do someone’s mowing or selling a chocolate bar. A contract doesn’t have to be in writing and may even have implied terms that need to be considered.
If you have been accused of breaching a contract or believe someone has breached your contract, it is important to seek legal advice as soon as possible. At Queensland Law Practice, we can help to ascertain whether you have a legally binding contract with the other party and if so, whether there has been a breached of that contract. We must also prove that the contract can be enforced, and then identify the likely remedies. The remedies for a breach of contract are wide and varied and are designed to resolve any dispute in a just and fair manner.