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Dispute Resolution Solicitors

Dispute Resolution Solicitors

Breach of Contract Disputes

Else Solicitors are experts at writing strong agreements and resolving contract disputes, both inside and outside the courtroom.

Contracts form the basis of most agreements in business. Employment, major purchases, supply of goods and services are all covered by contracts.

Ensuring that contracts are clear and unambiguous is the first step in ensuring that your business is protected if something goes wrong. If agreed terms are not met, or a serious financial issue arises, a correctly drafted contract makes it easier for the injured party to seek redress.

Verbal contracts are also covered by the law, and terms of a contract can be expressed or implied. The many and varied facets of contractual law means that at some stage your business could become involved in a dispute.

How we can help

Free Commercial Contract Disputes GuideElse Solicitors has a specialist team of litigation solicitors with vast experience in resolving all types of commercial contract disputes including: corporate transactions; contracts for goods and services; loan agreements; credit hire agreements; personal guarantees and warranty claims.

We have considerable expertise in mediation to try to help you resolve your dispute out of court. But if court action is the only way to go, we will represent your interests through our experienced litigation specialists.

Take a look at our free guide. 

If you would like to discuss the options available for your specific situation in more detail, please contact the dispute resolution team on 01283 526200, alternatively you can send us a message and we will get in touch at a time that suits you.

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