Contracts form the basis of most commercial relationships. In addition to providing clarity in business arrangements, contracts are also put in place to ensure that proper redress is available in the event that obligations are not met, as often there are serious financial ramifications. If you enter into commercial contracts on a regular basis, whether the contracts are in written form or made verbally and whether the terms governing such agreements are expressed or implied, it is likely that, at some stage, you will become involved in a contractual dispute.
At Farleys, we have a dedicated team of contractual dispute solicitors, experienced in resolving disputes relating to all types of commercial contracts, whether they are complex matters or issues arising from day to day business.
Types of Contractual Dispute
Our contractual dispute solicitors provide legal advice in relation to:
- Contracts for goods and services
- Grocery supply (GSCOP)
- Building contracts
- Breach of credit hire agreements
- Personal guarantees
- Loan agreements
- Corporate transactions
- Warranty claims
- Retention of title clauses
Methods of Resolving Contractual Disputes
We have considerable expertise in mediation, arbitration and other forms of ADR and Farleys can help you resolve your dispute out of court. If, however, the circumstances present themselves as being conducive to trial, our solicitors will take robust action and do everything in their power to achieve the best outcome for you at court.
Swift and Cost-Effective Advice on Contractual Disputes
The commercial dispute solicitors at Farleys have extensive experience in resolving contractual disputes of all types and will aim to resolve your dispute as quickly and cost-effectively as possible. We will always establish your business objectives and act in accordance with your commercial interests. We understand that litigation can be costly and as such will always advise you on the most appropriate course of action to meet your circumstances. This may be by pursuing Alternative Dispute Resolution or indeed litigation.