A contract is a legally binding agreement. When it is based on parties' words it is called an express contract. When it is governed by the conduct of the parties it is said to be a contract that is implied-in-fact. An implied-in-fact contract, upon which a quantum meruit claim is based, is distinguished from a contract that is implied-in-law, also called quasi-contract, which protects against unjust enrichment. Unlike an implied-in-factcontract, a quasi-contract does not require presence of an agreement or the assent of the parties.
Regardless of its form, a good business contract must carefully define the business relationships and must properly specify all the rights and obligations of each party involved. Because contracts can be complex, they should be carefully reviewed by a business attorney in Orlando, FL to ensure that all the rights and interests of the respective party or parties are properly protected. However, given the complexity and nature of various business transactions, even the most well written contracts often leave room for contention and disagreement.
A breach of contract can have a long lasting effect on the financial viability of your business and may result in filing of a breach of contract civil litigation claim.
Your Central Florida business attorney will analyze the contract with all necessary and applicable documents, and inform you of your legal rights, standing in the matter, and your options for resolving the dispute. Additionally, it is likely that your legal counsel may contact the applicable individual or organization with whom the contact dispute arose, if there is a likelihood of a prompt and acceptable resolution of the dispute in your interest. When a contract dispute cannot be resolved out of court, your attorney will aggressively represent your company's legal rights through civil litigation.
Any business contract attorney you choose should have experience handling disputes and civil litigation matters, such as:
If you need an experienced Orlando business attorney to handle fragile cases involving business contract issues we are here to help. Call us at (407) 205-2330 or fill out our online form provided at the top of this page and our highly experienced Central Florida business contract attorney will contact you shortly. We value your privacy and will keep any information strictly confidential.
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