Breaches of Contract

For 25 years we have specialised in providing advice on all commercial contracts and disputes, employment contracts, all building contracts and sub-contracts and on contract disputes including payment claims, disputes over variations, franchise agreements, supply contracts, contract termination, Construction Contract Act claims, disputes over delays in building works and claims over defective works.

We have represented companies and businesses of all sizes and individuals in simple and complex contract advise and cases in Western Australia for 25 years.

If you are having a dispute over a contract or a particular clause in a contract we can help you identify the best means of resolving the dispute cost effectively.

That could be effective negotiation or mediation or it could be the prompt issuing of a default notice or termination.

We can provide you with the best advice on practical solutions to resolve your dispute regarding a breach of contract claim.  

Our practice is located outside of the Perth CBD and because of this our hourly rates are 20% lower than the standard rates charged by most Perth law firms.  Our rates are extremely competitive compared to the rates charged by other commercial law firms.

We act for parties in litigation in prosecuting or defending claims in the Federal, Supreme, District or Magistrates Court on the basis of a fixed, affordable, fee paid monthly as opposed to charging an hourly rate.  If we are engaged on that basis we charge a set fee, in return for us remaining on the record as acting for you in the action for a fixed period.  During that fixed period we will represent you and deal with whatever matters arise in the litigation during that time, including all court appearances and drafting of all court documents.

For more information regarding our fixed fees click here.

We provide legal advice and handle disputes in respect of all business contracts including:

We also handle all breach of contract claims, including:

The parties may be able to resolve their dispute regarding breaches of the contract by alternative dispute resolution methods, before they resort to court action.

It may be the case that the contract prescribes ways in which the parties have to resolve disputes, by mediation or arbitration. If there are no such clauses, then we can proceed with court action straight away - read on here for further information regarding litigation for breaches of contracts.

We can provide you with advice on practical solutions to resolve your dispute regarding a breach of contract claim.

 

 

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