Breach of contract:
In the event of breach of a contract, either of the parties may approach a court and file a lawsuit against the other to get the contract enforced. The aggrieved party can also seek damages if the breach of contract resulted in loss of any kind. Both the parties must have read all the terms and conditions of the contract carefully, understood them and agreed to them voluntarily. Had the consent been obtained by fraudulent means such as misrepresentation, undue influence or coercion, the contract is voidable. Also consent obtained by mistake is not valid either. An individual has to be a major ( aged 18 or above) to enter into a contract, otherwise the contract will be void ab-initio (since the beginning).
Though the parties to the contract may draft it themselves, yet it is highly recommended that help of a professional be sought while doing so, to avoid any trouble later. A contract is a legally binding agreement and you cannot later get away from not following it by saying you failed to grasp its meaning or overlooked certain clauses. You must consult a lawyer adroit at contract law and litigation arising from violation of the same. He/she can advise you about the repercussions of every provision you include and the agreements you enter into. A skilled guidance since the beginning helps avert frivolous lawsuits later. Our lawyers make sure the interests of our client are catered to in the contracts they sign and also we have your back in case you need to challenge the other party in court.