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Category Archives: Contract Disputes

Are Oral Contracts as Good as Written Contracts?

Contracts can be oral or written.  They can even be implied by the conduct of the parties.  But does that mean you needn’t bother to have a contract put in writing?  The answer is “No!”  It is always better to have your contract in writing, and there are several reasons why. First and foremost is… Read More »

Breach of the Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing

If you’re not getting what you thought you would get from your contract, can you sue the other person for breach, even if he has not violated any of the express terms of the contract? The answer may be yes. A contracting party must not only adhere to the express terms of a contract, but… Read More »