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Where do contract disputes arise from?

Texan contracting laws can be finicky and difficult to read or navigate. For that reason, contract disputes often happen despite how much care you may take to avoid it. This is where Massey Law Firm can step in to help you out, even in the most complex of contracting situations.

Let's take a look at the most common reasons for contract disputes, first and foremost. They can include:

  • Failure to fulfill the contract terms
  • Failure to honor non-compete agreements
  • Breach of loan payment or failure to make payments
  • Breach of fiduciary duty or credit obligations

Some of these issues can be more accidental than others. However, most breaches of contract do involve a level of knowledge where the person in question is actively aware of the fact that they are going against the contract. Examples include willingly working for a competitor or not successfully meeting their end of the bargain.

Of course, there are other issues that can cause problems with a contract. Not disclosing all necessary information before the contract is agreed upon and signed can have grievous backlash. So can misinterpreting certain situations, circumstances, or products in order to get agreement for a contract that might not have otherwise been signed.

Working with contracts can be complex and time-consuming. For this reason, when you find yourself involved in a contract dispute of any sort, you might find it beneficial to seek legal advice and gain more information on the issue at hand. A good place to start is our website, linked here. There, you will find more resources for dealing with contract-related legal issues.

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