Contract DisputesENG

This detailed and comprehensive litigation publication discusses some of the many types of contracts as well as express and implied terms.

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Overview

This detailed and comprehensive litigation publication discusses some of the many types of contracts as well as express and implied terms. Also covered are the fundamentals of the conduct of a contract dispute matter, both before and during court proceedings.

This publication comprises a practical and useful commentary along with the necessary precedents to guide the practitioner through the conduct of a contract dispute matter, both before and during court proceedings. It covers both acting for a claimant and acting for a defendant.

Letters to clients explaining the process and protocols, and standard letters to other parties give practitioners all the focused and practical guidance they need.

Precedents provided with this publication include:

  • Conditional fee agreements;
  • Letters of demand;
  • Particulars of claim;
  • Settlement agreements.

The comprehensive Retainer Instructions ensures nothing is missed and the client is properly advised.

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  • Comprehensive library of legal precedents and forms


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    Full Commentary - Contract Disputes - Acting for the Claimant
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    Overview and limitation periods
    “This guide deals with agreements between two or more parties on a commercial issue, usually business-to-business. Consumer contracts for personal, domestic, or household transactions are beyond the scope of this guide. Contractual disputes arise when one party to a contract alleges that the other ...”

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