If you have ever wondered what exactly constitutes a “breach of contract,” you are not alone.
What Is a Breach of Contract?
A breach of contract is defined by Dictionary.com as “an act of breaking the terms set out in a contract.” Although it sounds simple, it can be difficult to navigate remedies for a breach of contract on your own.
What Is Considered a Breach of Contract?
In order to help you figure out if your matter counts as a breach of contract, we designed a helpful guide to determine whether it was a breach of contract. When deciding whether to pursue legal action against the person you believe breached your contract or attempting to remedy the situation on your own, keep in mind that should you choose to write a demand letter without an attorney, the other party may not comply and give you a satisfactory response–ultimately leading to the need for an attorney.