How Can I Pursue a Vendor for Breach of Contract in Florida?By mlgbusinesslit, In Blog, 0 Comments
At MLG Business Litigation Group, our Florida business litigation attorneys understand the value of partnerships and how they rely on contractual agreements to flourish.
Whether they are between fiduciaries, business partners, customers, or vendors, everyone included in a contract must perform their duties as they are outlined in the legally binding documents.
When one party believes that another did not perform, pay, or supply the necessary goods as they are outlined in the contract, they may have or make a claim that the other party breached it.
In Florida, an enforceable legal contract requires there must generally be an offer, an acceptance, consideration given, a breach of performance, and resulting damages.
If you have partnered with a vendor who has not upheld their duties, as outlined in the contract, our business litigation attorneys can help you determine the best legal recourse to pursue remedies for the dispute.
What are the Different Types of Vendor Contract Disputes in Florida?
A vendor contract or agreement includes the details necessary for two parties to successfully exchange services or goods in exchange for compensation.
Vendor contracts include details on each party’s obligations based on the established business relationship conditions.
While any breach of an enforceable legal contract may be pursued in Florida, some of the more common types of customer/vendor contracts that are disputed include:
- Fixed Price Contract
- Cash Reimbursable Contract
- Time and Material Contract
- Letter Subcontract
- Infinite Delivery Contract
- Distribution Agreement Contract
If your business is involved in a contract dispute with a vendor, our skilled business litigation attorneys in Florida for a free case evaluation today.
What Type of Legal Remedies Can I Pursue After a Vendor Contract Dispute?
When businesses and individuals have suffered from another party’s contract breach, there may be varying remedies and damages available.
The most common types of legal remedies for vendor contract disputes in Florida may include:
- Rescission of the contract or specific performance
- Lost profit damages
- Direct compensatory damages
- Injunctive relief
- Liquidated damages
- Declaratory relief
- Consequential damages
- Incidental damages
- Recovery of attorney’s fees and costs
At MLG Business Litigation, our skilled vendor contract dispute attorneys in Florida understand that each of our client’s cases is unique and will require a customized legal approach to pursuing the best outcome for their specific needs. That is why we offer free case evaluations, so our prospective clients can make informed decisions about the direction of their cases.
Contact MLG Business Litigation Group in Florida for a Free Case Assessment Today
At MLG Business Litigation Group, our Florida attorneys provide our clients with real-time legal solutions that allow them to put their challenges behind them and move forward with confidence. Contact our skilled attorney group today by calling (786) 706-9228 for a free case evaluation.