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Contract Disputes:

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The civil and commercial teams at Navado can offer synergistic solutions to a claim that can fall within in the civil or the commercial area of litigation and legal advice. The diverse areas of practice that are covered among our dedicated staff ensure that a broad scope of legal resources are available to deal with particular claims. The major areas of controversy that can be encountered in contract disputes can fall within the purview of any of the following broad categories:

  • Deeds and verbal agreements
  • Interpretation of provisions
    • Terms and Conditions
    • Warranties and Indemnities
    • Particular provisions going to the provision of services or the supply of goods
    • Restraint clauses relating to time
    • Restraint clauses relating to area or locality
    • Dealing with confidential information
    • Dealing with intellectual property
    • Terms relating to privacy issues
    • Liquidated damages
    • Penalty clauses
  • Breach of contract
    • Fundamental breach
    • Technical breach
  • Essential and non essential terms
  • Fundamental and non fundamental terms
  • Collateral contracts
  • Ancillary contracts
  • Conditions precedent
  • Liabilities which arise under contract
  • Responsibilities that become live under contract
  • Consequential loss
  • Resulting damages

The benefit of engaging a contract dispute solicitor in your commercial matter who has had civil litigation experience is that various other options and alternatives may become more readily apparent to him or her, as he or she assesses your matter. For example, a dispute which is essentially of a contractual commercial nature may have related issues that can affect the outcome of the proceedings, where those related issues are of a civil nature. Being thus able to consider a case from a broader global viewpoint (and not just a more confined contractual dispute viewpoint) will allow the commercial lawyer to prepare claims, defences and counter-claims that might incline a litigant on the other side to seek a negotiated resolution of the matter.

If you require assistance with a contract dispute, you may wish to contact our office and make an appointment to see one of our commercial litigation attorneys in our Sydney office. 

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