Business disputes can arise for many different reasons, with one of the most common issues being a breach of contract claims. If businesses ran perfectly, parties would always adhere to the terms of contracts that they enter into with other parties. However, in the business world, breaches of contracts happen more often than you might expect.
In some cases, parties breach contracts without intending to do so, while in other situations parties intentionally decide not to fulfill the terms of a contract. Sometimes a breach of contract claims arises when businesses go bankrupt and cannot keep the promises they made in a contract, while another breach of contract claims might arise, for instance, when a commercial tenant has a dispute with the commercial landlord about how leased property can be used.
Breaches of contracts happen more often than you might expect; a Las Vegas breach of contract lawyer can help.
When two parties enter into a business contract, each party makes a promise to the other or agrees to a certain obligation. The contract legally binds both parties to the terms of the contract (unless the contract is not enforceable). When one of the parties fails to fulfill any of the terms of the contract, this is known as a “breach” of the contract.
In some cases, a breach of contract may be deemed “immaterial” because it does not actually result in harm to the other party. For example, if a commercial landlord promises to repair a broken lock on a building by Monday but does not actually repair the lock until Friday, as long as the commercial tenant does not experience a break-in or any losses, the breach of the contract likely would be immaterial. However, if a break-in occurred as a result of the commercial landlord’s failure to repair the lock, then this might be a “material” breach. When there is a material breach of contract, it typically gives rise to a breach of contract claim.
Types of Breach of Contract Claims We Handle in Las Vegas
At H1 Law Group, we handle many different types of breach of contract claims, including but not limited to:
- Commercial real estate contracts;
- Employment contracts;
- Contracts with suppliers;
- Contracts with shippers or other parties responsible for transporting business products; and
- Partnership contracts or business agreements.
Elements for a Las Vegas, Nevada Breach of Contract Claim
In Las Vegas, Nevada, a plaintiff must be able to prove the following elements to win a breach of contract claim:
- There was a valid, enforceable contract between the parties;
- The defendant breached the contract;
- Plaintiff suffered losses as a result of the breach; and
- Defendant’s breach caused the losses.
Contact a Las Vegas Breach of Contract Attorney
There are many different reasons that breach of contract claims arise, and an experienced breach of contract attorney in Las Vegas can assist with your case. The team of business litigation lawyers at H1 Law Group have years of experience serving clients in Nevada business disputes and can speak with you today about your options. Contact us for more information.
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