CONTRACT DISPUTES

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WHAT ARE CONTRACT DISPUTES?


Contracts are formed when 2 parties agree to abide certain rules and guidelines which are essential in governing the way they conduct their business. Contracts clearly spell out the obligations and rights of all parties. However, disputes could still arise when one party fails to fulfil the terms spelled out by the contract or when one party exploits a certain loophole in the contract.

Below are some of the common types of contract claims:

  • Construction contracts
  • Business sales and mergers agreements
  • Joint venture agreements
  • Non-complete agreements
  • Vendor agreements
  • Trade agreements
  • Partnership agreements
  • Franchise agreements
  • Supply contracts
  • Lease agreements
  • Parts contracts

CONDITIONS FOR PURSUING A CONTRACT DISPUTE


The following conditions should be considered when deciding whether to pursue a contract dispute:

  • Contract breaches must have occurred within 6 years
  • Singapore is the most appropriate forum to commence the proceedings
  • Sufficient funds to carry out court proceedings
  • Cost effectiveness to commence a law suit




 
 
 
 
 
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