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April 2013 Archives

Promoter brings breach of contract suit against Mario Lopez

In Baton Rouge, Louisiana, parties enter into contracts for many different reasons. Parties enter into employment contracts, business contracts and real estate contracts. However, regardless of the type of contract entered into, all are legally binding agreements. A contract creates certain obligations between the parties to the agreement. If either party fails to hold up his or her end of the agreement, that party has breached the contract.

Subcontractor files breach of contract suit

Parties enter into contracts because it is an agreement that legally requires that each party involved fulfill his end of the bargain. While parties in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, constantly enter into contracts, not all hold up their end of the agreement. If a party to the contract fails to perform in accordance with its terms, that party is in breach of the contract.

Red Bank in the process of acquiring local Baton Rouge bank

In an effort to keep its competitive edge and remain successful, a business will sometimes merge with or acquire another business. Mergers and acquisitions are common business strategies used.

Contractors bring breach of contract lawsuit against home renovation company

Parties enter into contracts because it is a legally binding agreement. The agreement creates certain obligations between the parties to the contract, either to do or not to do something. Unfortunately, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, parties do not always hold up their end of the agreement, resulting in breach of the contract.

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