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Any contract can be broken – or breached – once one party refuses or fails to perform their duties as promised under that contract. If you have ample reason to suspect that a breach is soon to take place, however, it could be considered that the contract has already been breached, despite the contract technically still being valid. This cancelation is known as an anticipatory breach of contract.

These types of business matters can be extremely complex and a handling an anticipatory breach of contract should not be done without proper representation. At Nisar Law Group, P.C., our legal team is made up of legal strategists who are personally invested in protecting your interests. We waste no time in establishing long-term relationships with our clients and we work tirelessly to secure the best possible outcomes on their behalf.

Do you need help understanding an anticipatory breach of contract? We have answers. Contact our New York breach of contract attorneys at Nisar Law Group, P.C.

Take the Initiative and Protect Your Business and Finances

If you want to get out of a contract early because you are afraid that you might be unfairly suffering due to it in the near future, you cannot cancel or void it on a whim. That would likely be seen as a breach of contract on your part and you could ultimately be held responsible for any consequential damages. Instead, you need to work with a breach of contract lawyer from our firm to go over your situation, review your contract, and prove that you have reasonable evidence to believe the other party has already performed an anticipatory breach of contract.

There are three major pieces of evidence you may be able to use:

  1. Express refusal: The other party gives you a clear, straightforward statement as to why they may break or are planning to break the contract in the future, whether they want to or not.
  2. Impossibility: A particular action makes it impossible for the other party to fulfill their end of the deal. For example, if a contract says another party is to make regular payments to you through profits from their business, they cannot be expected to do that if they run their business into bankruptcy.
  3. Loss of property control: When the other party surrenders control of property involved with the contract to another party when it was promised to you.

Business Litigation Can Get Complicated – Proceed with Our Support!

Even if you are able to successfully exit a failing contract due to an anticipatory breach, you might still be negatively impacted due to the other party’s negligence or wrongdoing. It is also entirely possible that you might have been relying on that contract for income or finances, and now that it had to be terminated, you stand to lose thousands in anticipated funds. To make your case and fight for fair financial compensation, let our team of New York breach of contract attorneys at Nisar Law Group, P.C. stand by your side and guide you through this complex business litigation procedure. We are led by a powerhouse attorney, Mr. Nisar, who has earned a flawless 10.0 “Superb” rating on Avvo.

Are you looking for top-notch support in your breach of contract case? You found it with us! Schedule a confidential consultation with us today.

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