What damages can be claimed for breach of contract?

A Court can award damages to an innocent party whenever it finds that there has been a breach of contract. The damages should reflect the actual loss which has been sustained as a result. The loss must be provable and must actually result from the breach. You should be put back in the position you would have been in, had the breach not occurred.

Loss of profits can also be claimed as a result of the breach. Each case depends on its own facts. Generally, there is a six year period within which you can bring your claim, though you need to seek specific advice relevant to your case.

We would be happy to review any potential case of breach of contract and provide you with an immediate, informed verdict completely free of charge, and with no obligation. At this stage, all we need from you are the bare facts. We won't waste your time if we don't believe that you have a reasonable claim, but if you do have a good claim then we will be able to help you find excellent legal advice, whatever the state of your finances.

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