If someone has failed to fulfill an agreement they made with you in the form of a contract, you could have the right to legally enforce it by compelling them to perform what was promised, or provide compensation for damages caused by breaching said contract.
What You Should Know About Enforceable Contracts
Many people aren’t aware that an enforceable contract isn’t always required to be in written form. In reality, a contract is defined as any legally enforceable agreement, which includes a verbal agreement. There are three parts a contract must have to be considered valid: an offer, acceptance of the offer, and consideration. However, not all agreements supported by an offer, acceptance, and consideration will be enforceable. There are several other rules that determine what validate any form of contract.
Reach Out to Us
At Gordon & Gordon, we understand New York Contract and Tort law and know how to navigate these complex situations. We can examine the details of the contract or agreement in question and judge whether or not you have a valid case. If you do, we can provide you with strong representation and the protection you deserve.
If someone has breached a contract with you resulting in losses or damages, you could have a case. Contact us for a free case evaluation today.