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Contract disputes

During our day to day lives we enter into contracts to purchase goods and services. Unfortunately, these transactions can often go wrong for a number of reasons causing a great deal of distress and financial loss.

When a dispute arises over a transaction you have entered into, it is important to be clear about your rights and the steps that you can take to rectify the situation you find yourself in. These situations often leave you in dispute with the other party, are always very stressful and time consuming and often become the only thing on your mind.

QualitySolicitors Knight Polson can give you clear practical guidance to deal with your dispute. Alternatively, it may be that another party is threatening to bring a claim against you for breach of a contract and you are concerned about it. Again, we will give you practical advice and help you try and avoid a situation arising.

We will talk to you about whether the claim is economically viable and how you might recover sums due to you or avoid having to pay sums where you are not in the wrong.

Our specialist solicitors understand the pressures you are likely to be under. They are here to guide you through each stage of the legal process. We offer a range of funding options and we can discuss which is right for your case. It costs nothing to pick up the phone and call us on 023 8064 4822 and find out more.

Offices in Eastleigh and Fareham.

News and media

  • News
    • Posted on November 5, 2015
      A simpler and faster fee remission process has been developed by the HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS). Fee remission is available to individuals in receipt of benefits or on a low income which may create a barrier to justice as they are unable to pay Court or Tribunal fees.
      Posted in: News
    • Posted on November 2, 2015
      In May 2015, the Government took steps to ban the use of exclusivity clauses in zero hours contracts. Such clauses prevented workers from seeking work from other employers limiting the individual’s potential earning capacity. Due to the wide-spread use of zero hours contracts by employers on the basis they do not guarantee work, such clauses have been dubbed unreasonable and an abuse of power. Whilst the introduction of a ban on exclusivity clauses was welcomed, there was no power to enforce a ban.
      Posted in: Employment
    • Posted on October 30, 2015
      In the case of Monmouthshire County Council v Harris, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that the Tribunal failed to consider whether the employer could have reasonably been expected to wait longer before dismissing the employee. The Tribunal was also entitled to take into account its finding that the Claimant’s sick leave may have been avoided had the employer not failed to make reasonable adjustments (despite her reasonable adjustments claim being out of time).

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