Michael L. Feinstein, P.A.

Contract disputes could hinge on enforceability

Running a business often means creating business relationships. In some cases, Florida company owners may need to bring employees into the fold in order to carry out tasks, or they may need to team up with another company in order to reach a goal. Whatever the relationship, owners typically enter into agreements with the other parties to avoid confusion about expectations. However, contract disputes can arise.

If a person believes that there is an issue with a contract, the issue could end up in court. Though business owners often create contracts to protect their businesses, contracts are only worthwhile if they are enforceable. If a party argues that details of the contract make it unenforceable, the court could agree.

In order to avoid having such an outcome, business owners need to make sure that their contracts are in writing. A physical document can make it more difficult for someone to dispute the terms than if it was an oral agreement. Additionally, business owners may want to ensure that there are no mistakes within the contract that could make it void and ensure that it complies with the applicable state laws.

When someone breaches a contract or challenges its validity, business owners can face a difficult ordeal. They may need to go through legal proceedings and defend their contracts in efforts to protect their companies. Florida business owners in the midst of contract disputes may want to fully explore their legal options for handling such matters, and make sure that they have legal advocates on their sides to help them through the process.

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