Without legal excuses, A breach of contract is a failure to perform any promise that forms all or part of the contract. This can include, failure to perform in a manner that meets the standards of the industry or the requirements of any express warranty or implied warranty, including the implied warranty of merchantability. A breach of contract might occur when a co-worker refuses to complete their portion of a job; When a customer prevents the contractor from satisfying the obligation or finishing the project at hand; or even when an employee does something prohibited by his job contract.
If a breach of contract occurs, then the injured party may be offered a remedy in the form of legal remedies, euitable remedies or money damages, or restitution by the California courts. Legal remedies are limited by certain principles, and certain damages are awarded only in specific situations. Equitable remedies can be awarded alone or alongside legal remedies. They may include a specific performance requirement, injunction, or restitution. Call today to discuss your case with attorney, Calvin Schneider
Don't wait any longer than you should to find out more about your rights at this time. With Calvin Schneider on your side, you'll be able to enjoy some peace of mind and confidence moving forward from experiencing a breach of contract.