When you enter into a contract, you do so with confidence that the other party will fulfill their responsibilities as prescribed in the contract. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always happen. If one party fails to perform their duties in such a way that renders the agreement irreparably broken, it is considered a material breach. The affected party may then be able to take action to collect damages.
We at White, Nisar & Hilferty, LLP. understand the gravity of a material breach of contract. Our firm has two decades of business litigation experience and can help you pursue a fair resolution to your case. As breach of contract lawyers dedicated to the best interests of New York residents, you can count on us to take a stand for what you deserve.
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Just because the other party neglected to follow through on a promise does not necessarily indicate a material breach of contract. The court must consider the contract as a whole to determine if the other party’s behavior constitutes a total, or material, breach.
Certain indicators can point to a material breach of contract, including:
If it is apparent that the breach was material in nature, legal consequences can follow. The non-breaching party may have the right to sue for the breach and recover compensation. Additionally, the non-breaching party may also be excused from performing their part of the contract. Our firm is here to assist you from the moment you enter the courtroom until your case is resolved favorably.
A material breach of contract can derail your plans entirely, often negatively impacting the overall health of your business. It is time to hold the responsible parties accountable and you can do so confidently with White, Nisar & Hilferty, LLP. by your side.
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