Asked in Repossession, Contract Law
Does any breach of contract allow the non breaching party to cancel the contract?
Not every breach allows a contract to be cancelled. It has to be a material breach. ...
Asked in Contract Law
What is the difference between breach of contract and discharge of contract?
Discharged mean terminated. A contract can be discharged by -performance -frustration -Agreement between the parties and -breach If there is a breach of terms of the contract, a contract can be discharged. ...
Asked in Breakups, Law & Legal Issues, Weddings
Does breach of promise apply when an engagement is broken?
Breach of promise applies when a promise is not kept. Legally documents are needed to prove a breach of contract. In a relationship, it depends on the people involved if they would consider such acts as breaching a promise. ...
Asked in Business Law
What is theDifference between breach of contract and discharge of a contract?
breach is a form of discharge. Generally, a discharge is when a contract ends for any reason. A breach is when one of the parties does not perform under the contract. Breach could lead to discharge, rescission, or damages, or nothing. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Copyright Law
How can you prove a verbal breach of contract?
Simple answer: There is no such thing. Contracts MUST be written and signed by bothparties to be legally binding. There is an old saying, "A verbal contract is as good as the paper it is written on." ...
Asked in Statutes of Limitations, Business Law
What is the statute of limitations for breach of contract in Virginia?
The statute of limitation for breach of contract in Virginia is 3 years for an oral contract. It is 5 years for a written contract. ...
Is it a breach of contract if there is no specification of date to perform in the contract?
if there is no date specify this does not mean there is a breach. for a breach to occur one of the parties to a contract must not have fully performed their obligations. if there is no date specified in the contract the courts will apply a reasonable date ...
What is Breach Of Contract?
A breach of contract in legal terms amounts to a broken promise to do or not do an act. Breaches of a contract are single, occurring at a single point in time, or continuing breaches. A lawsuit for breach of contract is a civil action and the remedies awarded are designed to place the injured party in the position they would be in if not for the breach ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Contract Law
To opt out of a contract?
If you opt out and have the right to do so it is considered terminating a contract. If you unilaterally decide to opt out of a contract and do not have a legal basis to do so; that is considered a breach of contract. If you breach a legal contract you can be sued. ...
Asked in Contract Law
What would be a violation of tort and breach of contract?
first of all violation of tort cannot happen because tort itself is civil wrong. secondly breach of contract of contract will lead to discharge of contract. If one party performs his part of duty and the other refuses to perform then it is said to be breach of contract. there are remedies for the breach of contract which the aggreived party may claim. ...
Asked in Civil Lawsuits, Business Law, Contract Law
Under what circumstances may breach of contract be charged?
Breach of contract may be charged if either party fails to comply with the terms of a legally valid contract. ...
Asked in Divorce and Marriage Law
Can you sue your wife for breach of marriage contract?
A person cannot sue their spouse for breach of marriage contract. They can however sue them for divorce and end the contract of marriage. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
Can you sue an attorny for malpractice?
Yes. Typically there are three instances in which you can sue an attorney for malpractice: negligence, breach of fiducuary duty, breach of contract. And like any lawsuit you need to prove the elements of your claim in order to prevail which requires a showing of duty, breach, causation, and damages. ...
Asked in Philippines, Contract Law
What are the grounds for breach of contract in the Philippines?
Generally parties are bound by a contract in the Philippines unless the contract is rescinded. If two entities enter a contract and both agree that they are no longer interested in pursuing the endeavor, they can agree to breach the contract. ...
Asked in Indiana
Can you sue the state of Indiana for privacy breach?
You can sue the state of Indiana for breach of privacy depending on the circumstances of the breach. For example, if you had a contract with a specific state agency that guaranteed you privacy and this contract was broken, then you could sue for breach of privacy. ...
Asked in Business Law, Contract Law
What is difference between breach of contract and frustration of contract?
Frustration is when something happens that makes it impossible to perform the contract or makes it so that performance of the contract would undermine the purpose of the contract, whereas breach is caused by a non-performance under the contract. ...