In life many people can become embroiled in a commercial dispute. This may involve the recovery of monies due or a complaint that obligations under a contract have not been fulfilled.

There are many different types of commercial disputes. They can include:

  • Contractual Disputes. This may arise from such things as a commercial lease or a building contract. There may be a dispute arising as to whether one of the parties has fulfilled all of their obligations.
  • Business Disputes. There can be disputes within a business, as between partners or as between the business and suppliers.
  • Franchise Disputes. Disputes can arise as between the franchisor and the franchisee as to whether there has been compliance and/or fulfilment of obligations pursuant to the franchise agreement.
  • Building and Construction Disputes. Often there are disputes as between the principal and the builder and/or contractors as to the performance and fulfilment of obligations pursuant to a building contract.

The form of a dispute can also vary. Often there may be a disagreement as to what the terms of the contract actually are and how same work to impose obligations on the parties to the contract. There may also be a dispute as to whether or not there has been fulfilment of the obligations imposed under the contract or a breach of those obligations. Then there may be issues arising as to enforcement of the terms of the contract by one of the parties.

Brydens Lawyers are experts in the provision of legal advice and representation with respect to all commercial disputes. We can assist by way of intervening in the dispute so as to assist with negotiations and/or mediating a resolution. In the event that the dispute cannot be resolved informally by way of mediation then Brydens Lawyers are the experts in the prosecution of formal court proceedings to recover debt or seek orders to enforce compliance with one party’s contractual obligations.

For expert legal advice and representation in all contractual and commercial disputes contact Brydens Lawyers today.

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