Breach of Contract Explained

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If a party to a contract fails to fulfill its obligations as set forth in the contract then the other party may be entitled to damages. However, the amount of damages which may be recovered is dependent upon how fundamental the breach was to the essence of the parties’ contractual agreement.

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