Understand Breach Of Contract Or Agreement  

A breach of contract is defined as a legal term which includes a binding agreement by one or more parties in the contract; and one or more parties do not perform as per the contract or interfere with the other party’s performance.

A contract is an agreement and when the agreement is broken, then there would be a breach of contract or agreement. There are several kinds of breaches in an agreement or a contract like minor breaches, material breach, fundamental breach and severe breach.

A minor breach of contract or agreement can happen with any party, and in most cases it is not intentional. It can be that damage is caused to one party due to the breach of contract and the aggrieved party can claim money for the damage.

A material breach happens only where material, physical or tangible things are involved. A breach under this circumstances would occur when one party instructed another to do a certain task using a certain material and the other party did not follow it causing damages to the former party. Then, it could be termed as a material breach of contract.

A fundamental breach occurs where one of the involved parties has not met with the fundamental commitments of the contract making the other party to completely terminate the contract and also sue for the damages.

The breach of contract can only occur when there is something mentioned in the contract and one of the parties did not live up to it. It can be caused directly or indirectly but it has to be established in such away in the court to be termed as a breach of contract or agreement.

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