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Maryland Contracts Lawyer

A contract is a legal agreement between two (or more) parties. Every person enters into a contract at some point in their life, and businesses deal with contracts on a daily basis. The most common issue with contracts that may lead to civil litigation is the breach of contact. Whether you are the breaching party or the party that suffered damage due to the breach, DRA e-Law can provide legal advice and court representation if it comes to litigation.

Maryland Contracts Lawyer

Some of the Contract Breaches
We Handle Include

  • Leases and rental contracts
  • Business contracts
  • Employment contracts
  • Service contracts
  • Insurance contracts
  • Maintenance contracts
  • Contract of sale
  • Financing contracts

Maryland Contracts Lawyer

What is a Breach of Contract?

A breach of contract occurs when one of the parties fails to fulfill their end of the bargain as stated in the contract. Contract breach can be material (essential) or immaterial (minor). For example, if the contract stated that 100 office chairs have to be delivered by Tuesday morning and only 10 chairs arrive, that’s a material breach. Let’s say you were opening a new office, and without these 100 chairs, your employees have nowhere to sit on Wednesday when they come to work. As a result, you’ve suffered financial damage by having to give your employees a day off, and you may be entitled to a compensation.

Maryland Contracts Lawyer

What Happens if the
Contract is Breached?

If the breaching party admits their fault and is willing to compensate you, then the dispute can be settled without litigation. However, if the breaching party doesn’t acknowledge the breach or refuses to compensate you in a satisfying manner, then the dispute can be settled in court. At this point, both parties could use advice of an experienced Maryland contracts lawyer, such as our legal team at DRA e-Law.

Contact us today to discuss your breach of contract case.

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Baltimore County: Arbutus (21227), Catonsville (21228, 21250), Cockeysville (21030, 21031, 21065), Dundalk (21222), Edgemere (21219), Essex (21221), Garrison (21055), Lansdowne (21227), Lochearn (21207), Lutherville (21093), Middle River (21220), Milford Mill (21244), Overlea (21236), Owings Mills (21117), Parkville (21234), Park Heights (21215), Pikesville (21208), Randallstown (21133), Reisterstown (21136), Rosedale (21237), Timonium (21093), Towson (21204), White Marsh (21162), Woodlawn (21207), and more.

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Howard County: Clarksville (21029), Columbia (21044), Cooksville (21723), Dorsey (21075), Elkridge (21075), Ellicott City (21043), Fulton (20759), Glenelg (21737), Glenwood (21738), Granite (21163), Hanover (21076), Highland (20777), Jessup (20794), Lisbon (21765), Marriottsville (21104), North Laurel (20723), West Friendship (21794), Woodbine (21797), Woodstock (21163), and more.

Carroll County: Eldersburg (21784), Finksburg (21048), Hampstead (21074), Manchester (21102), Marriottsville (21104), Taneytown (21787), Union Bridge (21791), Westminster (21157, 21158), Mount Airy (21771), New Windsor (21776), Sykesville (21784), Woodbine (21797), Taneytown (21787), and more.

Montgomery County: Olney (20832), Damascus (20872), Laytonsville (20882), Silver Spring (20910), Clarksburg (20871), Gaithersburg (20878), Germantown (20876), Bethesda (20816), Chevy Chase (20815), and more.

Frederick County: Frederick (21701, 20702, 21703, 21709), New Market (21774) , Mount Airy (21771), Urbana (21704), Ijamsville (21754), Walkersville (21793), Libertytown (21762), Damascus (20872), and more.

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