Ask a Miami breach of contract lawyer: What constitutes a material breach?
Previously on this blog, we addressed the topic of a material breach of contract, explaining what it is and how a Miami breach of contract attorney can assist individuals in mounting an effective legal case. In today’s post, we’ll more closely examine the factors that help determine whether a dispute is considered a material breach.
According to Nolo, an online legal resource, the following criteria indicate evidence of a material breach of an agreement:
• The contract explicitly outlines certain actions that constitute a material breach
• The breaching party is likely not willing or able to fix the issue
• The breaching party is not close to fulfilling its part of the deal
• The breaching party willfully acted in bad faith when entering the contract
• The non-breaching party has been deprived of the essential thing for which he or she bargained
• The non-breaching party is “ready, willing and able” to meet its end of the agreement
• The problem cannot be resolved with little effort and expense.
As always, a Miami breach of contract attorney can help you better understand the ins and outs of a material breach.
If you have reason to believe that a contract you have entered hasn’t been legally fulfilled, you need an experienced Miami breach of contract attorney who will work tirelessly to pursue justice on your behalf. Scott A. Ferris, Esq. is a Miami lawyer who has been practicing law for more than 25 years, and prides himself on being available to address his clients’ concerns whenever they need him. Contact him today at 305-670-3330.