Vardags — when you need to win

I am involved in a contractual dispute

Contract disputes can arise in a multitude of situations, particularly when one party has breached the terms of the agreement and when a party has failed to pay sums to the other as they fall due.

Vardags are conscious that you may have different objectives when it comes to another party’s conduct under an agreement. You may want to recover money owing to you as soon as possible or you may want to allow for any breach to be remedied in order to preserve the agreement. Whatever your situation, Vardags will provide tailored advice to suit your business and its commercial objectives.

Vardags offers clients an efficient and outcome focused approach in all circumstances.

We offer a free consultation to qualifying individuals. Please call our confidential enquiry line on 020 7404 9390 or email us. Lines are staffed 24 hours.

How can Vardags help?


Vardags advises individuals on all aspects of debt recovery and will work with you to formulate a strategy to recover the money owed to you. The Vardags team will advise on tactics and pressures you can apply to recuperate your losses and recommend whether to initiate court proceedings either for the unpaid debt or under the Insolvency Act.

Vardags will also advise on any entitlement to interest whether under contract or applicable court interest rates.

Entering into a contract with another party, whether in writing or verbally, constitutes a legally binding agreement in most circumstances. If one party to the agreement fails to meet their responsibilities in accordance with the agreement, this could result in a breach of contract.

Vardags can assist you with dealing with a breach of contract or if you are accused of breaching a contract. In any instance, the first step will be to check whether the breach is capable of being remedied and whether the contract allows for this. Vardags are conscious that on some occasions, commercial relationships are equally as important as the contract itself so will work to preserve those relations whilst protecting your company’s position.

In instances where a breach cannot be remedied, Vardags can assist in bringing or defending court actions for breach of contract. Vardags will assess the merits of your case and advise on the most suitable course of action to protect your business.

If a party has failed to meet their responsibilities in accordance with an agreement Vardags can advise your company on how best to enforce the terms of the agreement.

In any instance, the first step will be to check for enforcement mechanisms and provisions under your agreement. Vardags are conscious that on some occasions, commercial relations are equally as important as the contract itself so will work to preserve those relations whilst protecting your company’s position.

In circumstances where a party refuses to adhere to the terms of the agreement, Vardags can assist in bringing or defending court actions for breach of contract or to enforce the terms of the agreement. Vardags will assess the merits of your case and advise on the most suitable course of action to protect your business.

Entering into a contract with another party, whether in writing or verbally, constitutes a legally binding agreement in most circumstances. However, verbal contracts can be more difficult to evidence particularly when it comes to enforcing the terms. It is therefore important to gather as much evidence relating to circumstances surrounding the oral agreement as possible to bolster your chances of proving the agreed terms.

Without a written agreement, the court will not know what terms were agreed when the oral contract was made. Therefore, witness evidence and industry practice will be relied upon by the court.

Vardags can assist in bringing or defending court actions relating to breaches or the enforcement of oral agreements. Vardags will assess the merits of your case and advise on the most suitable course of action to protect your business.

Misrepresentation occurs when one party induces another party to enter into an agreement based on an untrue statement of fact or law. Misrepresentation can be fraudulent, negligent or innocent whether given by written or oral statement.

Vardags assists companies with all areas surrounding misrepresentation. Vardags can advise you on ways to limit your liability for misrepresentation, can assist you with bringing a claim for misrepresentation or defending allegations/proceedings for misrepresentation. Vardags can also advise you on the remedies available under the various elements of misrepresentation


Contact Vardags

Cambridge
01223 855237 [email protected]

1 Saint Mary's Passage, Cambridge, CB2 3PQ

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Oxford
01865 598 1429 [email protected]

Clarendon House, 52 Cornmarket Street, Oxford, OX1 3HJ

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Winchester
01962 657268 [email protected]

1 St James' Terrace, Winchester, SO22 4PP

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