A legal contract is binding. If you break the contract without having the legal right to do so as set in the terms of the contract or by having the contract declared void by a court, the other party has the right to sue you in order to be compensated for the value of the contract.
what happens if you break a legal contract
Posibly. Who was the contract with, and how did you break it? Someone broke a legal contract that we had agreed upon through a lawyer and a judges ruling.
That will be specified in the contract. If it is a lease, you may break the lease if the house is not livable, or by following the terms in the lease.
No, it is a legal and binding contract although most states have a right of recesion withing 3 days time.
In theory, yes. But keep in mind that if a driver is under contract, legal proceedings must take place to "break" that contract.
Yes, it is a legal contract.
For a contract to be enforceable, it must be legal. Therefore, if one of the parties signing the contract is not authorized to do so, the contract would be void.
Sorry to tell you this, but it's in the fine print somewhere in that agreement/contract you signed.
Not if the lease is legal. It is illegal for any sort of contract to demand criminal actions from one of the parties that signed it. If it does have any such demands the contract is invalid.
A "breach of contract" is when you sign a contract to do or not do something, and then break the contract.
The legal ability to enter into a contract is known as capacity.
free legal form for contract for deed
Verbal contract only has no legal bearing you are SOL
Of course anyone can break a contract. That is what the courts are for. They will enforce the contract as it was written unless there is some mitigating factors.
a voidable contract
No one has such a contract to begin with,
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.
The legal age to contract is 18. Yes, they can be held to the contract.
Unsure what the question is asking. What "requirements?" What is meant by "legal"contract? Anyone of legal age (an adult) and mentally competent can obligate themselves by signing a contract.
ANY contract is legal as long as both parties agree to the terms
You can get the legal capacity to contract to marriage in the embassy of the Canada.
Get legal advice and have your lawyer do it. A contract is a legal agreement.
As an employee, you signed a legal contract with your employer. As long as it is within the terms of your contract, it is legal for your employer to suspend your pay. In addition, if you breached the contract, it is legal for them to do so. To know if you have breached your contract, or if suspension of pay is within the contract, you will have to review the document.
No: only the legal name is valid in a contract. To make the contract proper, one should list the legal name, then Also Known As (or AKA) the other name.
is it legal for goverment office to contract with a lobbiest