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Breach of contract: Remedies and compensation

Remedies for breach of contract: Can you claim compensation? When a commercial contract is breached, it can cause profound difficulties for a business. Knowing what remedies are available means you can protect your legal position and seek to enforce your rights or obtain compensation when this is not possible. When a contract is

Breach of contract: Remedies and compensation2020-07-13T14:20:37+01:00

UK Government publishes new guidance on contractual behaviour during the Covid-19 pandemic

UK Government publishes new guidance for contractual behaviour during the Covid-19 pandemic In May 2020, the Government issued guidance on responsible contractual behaviour in dealing with the performance and enforcement of contracts impacted by the Covid-19 emergency. The document is not legally binding, however, parties are strongly encouraged to follow its guidance for

UK Government publishes new guidance on contractual behaviour during the Covid-19 pandemic2020-05-22T12:10:31+01:00

The contractual implications of Coronavirus: Can it be a force majeure event?

The contractual implications of Coronavirus: Can it be a force majeure event? As governments scramble to contain the coronavirus and the World Health Organisation labels as a global pandemic, businesses are facing the fact that contracts they have entered into in good faith may not now be performed. With some areas in quarantine,

The contractual implications of Coronavirus: Can it be a force majeure event?2020-05-10T15:23:39+01:00

Breach of contract explained and the 5 questions you need to ask

Breach of contract explained and the 5 questions you need to ask Contracts form the basis of legal agreements in all areas of life. They do not have to be in writing, although most are, particularly when dealing with business matters. Every valid contract must have four key elements: offer, acceptance, consideration (ie.

Breach of contract explained and the 5 questions you need to ask2020-06-15T14:30:49+01:00