Contract & Consumer Dispute Resolution

When parties come to an agreement and then one party fails to meet its commitments as set out in the contract, whether it is a 100-page document or an unrecorded verbal agreement, this becomes a contractual dispute, and must be dealt with professionally and with expert legal advice. Failing to take the correct steps can prove to be costly. 

Where you suffer a breach of contract there are a number of legal remedies available to you which include: 

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If you buy goods or pay for a service you expect them to be fit for purpose, or completed to a satisfactory level. Where companies or individuals fall short in this regard then you may be entitled to a refund, discount on the price you paid or a correction in the defective services provided at no extra cost to you.

We understand that it can be quite a daunting experience resorting to legal action to enforce any infringements you may have suffered; at Conquest Law we recognise this. Therefore, our team will be on hand every step of the way to guide you through the whole process in an intelligent and clear manner.

Alternatively, it may be that another party has accused you of breaching the terms of the contract in which case we can advise you on how best to defend the claim. Our starting point will always be to argue that there has been no breach by you, but if that is not the case we will ensure that we can achieve an outcome with the least amount of consequences for you.

What ever the case may be, we will never compromise on the quality of service you will receive. If you need assistance with any of the areas below, please contact us:

The above is a non-exhaustive list so if you have an issue that is not listed above, contact us as there is a good chance that we will still be able to help. Dealing with contractual or consumer disputes is a highly technical and complex area, so expert advice should be sought from the outset.

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