Construction is big business in Florida, and contractors and developers are always hard at work fulfilling their customers' needs. Large projects often require multiple companies and services to complete, while renovations and single homes are often handled by a single contractor.
Many industries in Florida, from construction to communication, require a lot of different people and parts working together. Big projects can make responsibility for different segments difficult to track and agree upon, so companies and contractors often rely on preset agreements to dictate how they work together.
A contract is legally binding and must be complied with as noted in the document. There are times when people might not follow these contracts as they are written. At this junction, the other party will have to decide if he or she wishes to pursue legal action for the breach of contract. We can help you go determine what options you have in your case, no matter which side you are on.
When it comes to breach of contract disputes that arise between health systems and doctors, many unnecessary courtroom battles have been fought over a sheer misunderstanding of the contract terms.
When natural disasters occur, as unfortunate as it is, some entrepreneurs have one thing on their mind: how to make money off of them -- and Florida has its share of disasters. Hurricanes or stormy weather is common at certain times of the year when you live in a coastal-peninsula state.
In this startup society we live in, it's commonplace for a job offer to come with strings attached. Now more than ever, employers are having their workers sign either a nondisclosure agreement (NDA) or noncompete clause (NCC) or both as a way of protecting their interests.
No one is an island, and it takes teamwork and cooperation to get the greatest projects done. With the continuing construction boom in Florida involving skyscrapers in Miami and thousands of new housing units across the northern part of the state, good understanding between owners, contractors and workers has never been more important.
Anyone who has bought, sold or leased a property knows the importance of having a contract. Contracts are legal document that affirm important choices for the purchasers and the sellers. They legitimize the event for all parties and also for the state.
There are many physicians currently working in Melbourne, Florida, and many more who would like to be. When they work for a clinic that they do not own, they typically sign a contract, and that contract may include a non-compete clause. This will affect the work that the physician can do when they leave the clinic, either to work for a different clinic or to start their own independent practice. If they violate the terms of the noncompete clause, they can be sued for breach of contract.
There is no question that contracts hold an important place in business dealings between different entities. Having a solid contract in place can help parties avoid disputes altogether or provide a foundation upon which to resolve them. Unfortunately, when one or more parties breach a contract, it muddies the water for everyone.