We enter into contracts many times during our lives from buying basic household goods to more complicated contracts such as those for someone to carry out building work at your house or for you to buy a house.
When you enter into a contract, you should expect the terms of the contract to be followed. This said if things go wrong it is important to be clear about your legal rights and the steps that you can take to resolve matters.
When you buy goods you expect them to be fit for the purpose you bought them for. If not you may be entitled to a refund, reduction in the price you paid or for the party that sold them you to repair the goods at no cost to you.
If you think a contract you have entered into has been breached and you are out of pocket or you have bought goods that are not fit for purpose, contact our specialist team who can assist with all issues that arise and negotiate on your behalf with the party who breached the contract or sold you the defective goods.
We understand that clients can be daunted by the experience of instructing a solicitor and often worry about the costs of doing so. Therefore we will explain your legal rights to you in simple and straightforward terms. We will also agree a budget and the different ways of funding your legal costs with you before we work on your case so you are fully informed and comfortable with these costs.
We will always try to resolve your case swiftly and without you having to bring court proceedings. In some cases, however, it may be necessary to issue court proceedings to protect your position and ensure that your financial losses are recovered, and where necessary compensation is paid.
We provide legal advice in relation to many types of contractual disputes and consumer problems, including:
For a consultation to see if we can help you please contact us.