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Businesses can find connections to new contracts

Some of the earliest business contracts in United States history were government contracts. North Carolina was making deals with private entities and business in the 17th century. Now, government contracts are a big part of commerce for the Tar Heel State and many of the businesses based there.

Business contracts help protect all parties

It's time to write a contract. Maybe a business needs to rent a space for a retail opportunity. Maybe a commercial opportunity needs to be codified between all of the people and entities working on it. A contract can accomplish or protect a lot, as well as save time sorting out disputes in the future.

Mediation can help with contract disputes

Business disputes could lead to crime or even war in earlier phases of human history. Now, things are far more civilized and results are more predictable. Entire courts and court systems address the needs of business owners and managers with disputes to resolve. Although contracts can do a lot to prevent future disagreements, they may not always be honored.

How are contracts enforced in North Carolina?

There's an old saying that oral contracts are not worth the paper they are printed on. This is why anyone engaged in a commercial transaction in North Carolina will probably want terms in writing. But sometimes a contract is not worth the paper it is printed on either.

North Carolina companies may refocus on military contracts

If you're in North Carolina, there's a higher chance than most states that you have some experience with the military. A large proportion of Tar Heels end up serving in the Army, Navy or Air Force. Camp Lejeune and other military installations in the state also bring a lot of civilians jobs that serve and interact with military personnel.

Charlotte goes solar with new power purchase agreement

If a small business is setting up a vendor relationship or signing a client, it may be cause for celebration but not much pomp and bureaucracy. It may be relatively easy to set a goal for the interaction and communicate them with all parties. But details should always be secured in business by some sort of contract.

Resolving contract disputes in North Carolina

The realities of the business world make contract disputes inevitable in North Carolina and around the country. When parties renege on their contractual commitments or do not interpret an agreement's provisions in the same way, an experienced attorney taking a proactive approach can mean the difference between a swift and amicable resolution and a long and costly legal action.

Remedies for a breach of contract

When two parties sign a contract together in North Carolina, they are both bound by the terms of the contract. A party that does not comply with the responsibilities that are set forth are in breach of the contract. A contract breach could lead to a lawsuit, and there are certain types of remedies that might be available to the aggrieved party.

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