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Do You Know What You Have Agreed To
Do You Know What You Have Agreed To

Most breach of contracts cases are primarily controlled by the contract at the center of the issue. Courts try to resolve as much as possible by looking at the terms of the contract. Additional information is only allowed when the contract is unclear or if there is a ...

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Blog posts in March, 2013

  • Did You Bring Your Case in Time

    Litigation is made up of multiple steps. Every litigation participant is promised a speedy trial. While the time it takes to get through a case may ...

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  • Do You Know the Terms of Your Contract

    When basing a lawsuit on a contract, the written agreement is very important. When you go to court with a written contract, it becomes difficult to ...

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  • If You Act Like Is a Valid Contract It May Be Di

    Actions speak louder than words, and this is especially true in litigation. If you question the validity of the terms of a contract or actions of a ...

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  • Is Your Contract a Binding One

    Not all agreements are contracts. A contract is an agreement between at least two parties, where one party promises to do something and, in return the ...

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  • In a Breach of Contract Case You Must Provide a

    Sometimes even the most obvious part of proving a case--like showing a copy of contract--can decide the legal matter. For example, take the case of JP ...

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  • When Are You Stopped From Bringing a Contract Cl

    In the case of Church on Rock North vs. Church Mutual Insurance Company , Church on Rock North (“North Church”) is suing its insurance company Church ...

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