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Contract Law FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

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Do I need a contract attorney?

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In legal contracts, the wording and format often have to be very specific to be legally binding. Working with a contract attorney will ensure that your documents are legal, admissible in court, and are free of loopholes. If you’re drawing up any sort of legal document, you may want to bring on an attorney to at least review, if not draft, the document. A contract attorney can also give guidance if you believe someone has broken a contract you’ve entered into or if you would like to get out of a contract.

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What does a contract attorney do?

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A contract attorney draws up and revises legal documents and contracts.

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What should I expect from a contract attorney?

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When your document is finished, you should expect that it is legally binding and will hold up in any court of law. Your contract attorney should make sure that you understand all of the terms you’re agreeing to and that you’re comfortable with the entire contract. If there are any issues with a document, your lawyer should clear them up so the agreement works for you. With the use of an attorney, you can feel confident in your contract or agreement.

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What is a breach of contract?

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A breach of contract is when one party somehow doesn’t perform its obligations under the contract. A breach can occur in several ways: if a party doesn’t perform on time, performs in a way that is not in accordance with the terms of the contract, or simply doesn’t perform at all. The non-breaching party can sue the breaching party in order to receive relief.