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Breach of Contract

We enter into contracts every day, whether we are buying a home, renovating an office, or signing a lease on a vehicle.  A breach of contract occurs when one of the persons who entered into the contract, fails to perform the duties required under the agreement. When a breach occurs, the wronged party has the right to seek compensation. Cunningham Bounds has successfully represented many clients in a wide variety of contract disputes.

If you have found yourself in a situation where another party refuses to honor its side of a contract, contact Cunningham Bounds and one of our lawyers will leverage our experience and expertise to resolve the issues.

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