Contracts are legal instruments binding on the parties that enter into them. A breach of a real estate contract in Florida can be particularly costly to the non-breaching party in a number of ways. The real estate market is hard enough when all parties play according to the rules. So, when the other party has breached the contract, making sure you get the remedies you need is critical. Read more below.
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Businesses are involved in any number of things that can lead to any number of disputes within a business and between businesses. You can proactively work to minimize and avoid many common disputes but thorough planning is not always enough to evade disputes altogether. When a business dispute in Florida arises and is not adequately addressed, it can seriously impact a business' stability, reputation, and bottom line. You want to address the harm done to your business so you can prevent further damages and recover monetary losses or other relief. You also want to defend against claims that could result in monetary judgments against the business and result in other costly penalties. Continue reading for more considerations regarding business disputes in Florida.