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Could a letter of indemnity help avoid a breach of contract suit?

Because contracts are so important to business transactions, it is necessary for both sides to stay compliant with the agreed-upon terms. If a breach of contract occurs, or even a perceived breach, the parties involved could end up in a serious conflict. As a result, in efforts to avoid litigation, a California company may consider using a letter of indemnity.

Written records can help address breach of contract issues

Running a California business can mean creating various relationships in efforts to help the company grow and to fulfill its purpose. Often, these business arrangements can have a lot at stake, so it is wise for company owners to create contracts to ensure everyone is on the same page as far as what is expected from each side. Of course, a breach of contract could occur that leaves a company facing damages.

Representing clients in commercial real estate disputes

One of the most important aspects of any California business's overall plan involves the location of the business. Just about every business needs at least some real estate space to operate in, and the type of real estate deal the business enters can really make or break the business in the long term.

Basics of breach of contract in business disputes

There are many aspects of any business in California. How the business is run really depends on the type of business, whether they provide services or goods and many other aspects. However, no matter what type of business it is, most are selling something to other businesses or individual people. Many also need to work with other companies who provide them goods or services needed to run their own business. So, with all of these different parts of the business, it is important that every part goes according to plan.

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