In a contractual situation, English law provides that the innocent party does have a duty to take reasonable steps to... Read more
There is a six-year limitation period for bringing a breach of contract claim. Another aspect of responding to a breach... Read more
Yes the court has discretion, in addition to making orders for damages, to order an injunction – so that the party in... Read more
Yes. A less common option for breach of contract is ‘specific performance’, in which you can obtain a court order... Read more
In terms of legal costs, the loser pays the costs of both parties, and most cases do settle before they get to court. ... Read more
No, there is no concept of ‘punitive’ damages in the UK, so compensation will be the actual loss you have... Read more
If a condition of your contract has been breached, you may be able to terminate the contract by ‘repudiation’ and... Read more
The breaches in contract normally fall into any of four categories: minor, material, fundamental (repudiatory), and... Read more
It is always important to have the right contract in place for any transaction. No matter how good the relationship... Read more
This will depend on the specifics of your case. You will be able to rely on 3PB’s barristers expert, strong advocacy... Read more
Judicial mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution. It is offered by the employment tribunal in cases which... Read more
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