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April 2018 Archives

Breach of contract: Questions judges ask

When a plaintiff alleges that a breach of contract has occurred, it's vital to correctly interpret the contract as well as the circumstances in which it was allegedly breached. In making such a determination, there are a variety of questions that judges need to ask.

Construction litigation can take on many types of issues

There are a number of issues that can come up when you hire a contractor to build a structure. These issues aren't limited only to new construction projects. They can also occur in renovations and expansions. If you are planning on hiring a contractor for a construction project, you must ensure that you know what rights you have for the project.

Different types of investment fraud to watch out for

Investing can be a smart way to make money quickly and plan for your future financial security. However, depending on the kind of investment, it can be inherently risky as well. You may seek professional advice on how to invest your money.

Refinancing a property in a living trust is not impossible

Trusts, especially living trusts, often include property beyond personal effects, such as real estate or investments. If the creator of the trust did not own the asset outright, a mortgage may remain in their name and the loan must be serviced by the administrator or beneficiary of the trust.

Construction projects must move forward according to the contract

Any major project is likely going to come with a contract. You should be able to count on each party in the project to comply with their responsibilities and duties in the project. When this doesn't happen, the project can come to a grinding halt.

What remedies are available in breach of contract cases?

Many companies or individuals rely on contracts to hold others they decide to do business with accountable for doing what they say they're going to do. They're written where anyone who fails to follow through with what they say that they're going to do, also known as breaching a contract, can be held financially liable for not doing so.

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