A breach is not defined as promises laid out explicitly in a contract, rather a breach of contract is defined as any violation of law, principal or obligation. It is this definition of breach that leaves room for parties to file suits involving breaches of implied contracts.

It is imperative that the terms of a contract are fairly negotiated, properly drafted, and reviewed to ensure the contract meets the intentions of the parties.

When you turn to our firm for legal help with crucial business transactions, a wealth of experience gives your attorney an edge in preparing sound transaction documents crafted to protect your best interests and avert future conflicts and liability.

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