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Breach of contract is a legal cause of action and a type of civil wrong, in which a binding agreement or bargained-for exchange is not honored by one or more of the parties to the contract by non-performance or interference with the other party's performance. Breach occurs when a party to a contract fails to fulfill its obligation(s), whether partially or wholly, as described in the contract, or communicates an intent to fail the obligation or otherwise appears not to be able to perform its obligation under the contract. Where there is breach of contract, the resulting damages will have to be paid by the party breaching the contract to the aggrieved party.
If a contract is rescinded, parties are legally allowed to undo the work unless doing so would directly charge the other party at that exact time.
It is important to bear in mind that contract law is not the same from country to country. Each country has its own independent, free standing law of contract. Therefore, it makes sense to examine the laws of the country to which the contract is governed before deciding how the law of contract (of that country) applies to any particular contractual relationship.
I am a physiotherapist working in NSW. I applied for a position advertised on Seek With a community physiotherapy organisation in late Feb and was offered a position in early March. I was offered a permanent part-time position for 16 hour per week, with a start date of April 27th. I was...
I had a previous co-worker (no longer in the company) from a company who sent an email containing some answers to a training questionnaire. This was found out by management and is now tracking everybody related to the incident.
I just received the email but never used the attachment, can my...
we have had significant delays in a Residential Reno Job where the Builder/Contractor has just stopped the worked midway and disappeared. They are now 216 days (7+ months) past the Date of Completion as agreed to in the Contract.
We are thinking about sending them a Breach of Contract...
I am seeking advice for myself and at least four others who have been accused of breach of NDA and threatened with ligation proceedings if we do not comply with demands.
We used a chat application authorized on company group to socialize and occasionally air out grievances with...
I have been fighting a legal battle against my former employer in Brisbane since 2016. I transferred my 457 visa from my former employer to this employer in Brisbane in Feb 2016.
In Aug. 2016 my new employer decided not to pay my salary as I was told I was making a big enough monthly...
Hello I’m in need of URGENT advice.
Basically four of us moved into a unit.
Me and my boyfriend (on lease), one friend (on lease) and his twin brother (not on lease).
The twin brother is a nuisance here is why:
- we agreed on chores, he does NOTHING
- he has a girl living with him who...
I have had my signature forged on numerous occasions, on numerous documents which are Vendor Statements and Sales Authorities.
I signed one Sales Authority and I did not sign any Vendor Statements.
I have previously requested the Sales Authority form as I was not provided with this when I...
Hi everyone - curious to hear thoughts here - we are in a situation where we sold our property in Darwin in 2018 to a buyer who purchased it under a Company name and signed it as the Managing Director. The contract is unconditional and we also agreed to a 6 month settlement with weekly rent of...
I am trying to find out if a bank is in breach of contract if it overdraws your account rather than dishonoring a check and charging you a fee when you write a personal cheque.
For example, say you write a personal cheque for $25,000 and you have $2 in your account, does the bank have...
I am new to all this to here goes. Not even sure if I have put the Q in the right place.
I am an Aussie but was for a long time overseas working London. I got itchy feet to come back to Brisbane for a while. I met with the CEO of a small company in Fortitude valley a few times when out...