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Port Of Spain Contracts Lawyer

Sherrise S. Walker, Of Counsel
Sherrise S. Walker, Of Counsel
attorney2@martingeorge.net

Martin George & Co.

#43 Dundonald Street
Corner of Gordon & Dundonald Streets
Port Of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

Consult with a Proven Port Of Spain Contract Lawyer

The proven Port Of Spain contract lawyers at Martin George & Co. are experienced in the effective resolution of contract lawsuits as related to contractual agreements in Trinidad and Tobago. Port Of Spain contract attorneys are knowledgeable in all areas of general contract law, including but not limited to contract fraud and breach of contract claims in Port Of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. Clients will have the confidence of knowing that their case is being handled by an experienced and knowledgeable Port Of Spain contracts lawyer.

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Experienced Port Of Spain Contract Attorney

In Trinidad and Tobago a contract is a legally-enforceable agreement or promise made between two parties that can establish an obligation to do or refrain for doing a particular action. The core purpose of a contract is to create the terms and clauses of an agreement or promise by which the parties have established their obligations and rights. In the civil law, a contractual agreement is considered to be a primary component of the general law of obligations.

A breach of contract in legal terms is a broken promise to do or not do an act. A breach of contract may be either a single event, occurring at one point in time, or a series of continuing breaches. A legal action for breach of contract is a civil action, and any remedies awarded are designed to place the injured party in the position that party would have been in but for the breach. Remedies for breach of contract are designed to compensate the non-breaching party, not to punish the breaching party. A contract is a legally enforceable promise or set of promises that may have been made either orally or in writing; certain promises, however, involving particular matters must be in writing in order to satisfy the Statute of Frauds, a rule of substantive law, not a rule of evidence, that identifies certain matters which must be evidenced by a written instrument in order to be enforceable by a court.

A local Port Of Spain contracts attorney should be consulted for specific requirements in your area. An experienced Port Of Spain contract lawyer is professional and knowledgeable in understanding the details, facts, complications, and circumstances that arise in a contract case.

Trusted Port Of Spain Contract Law Firm

The Port Of Spain contract attorneys at Martin George & Co. are distinguished by a history of successful contracts claim recoveries and resolutions. For experienced representation in a contract dispute or for assistance drafting or reviewing a new contract, contact the Port Of Spain contract lawyers at Martin George & Co. in Trinidad and Tobago.

Martin George & Co.

#43 Dundonald Street
Corner of Gordon & Dundonald Streets
Port Of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

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Martin George & Co.

#43 Dundonald Street
Corner of Gordon & Dundonald Streets
Port Of Spain, Trinidad,
Trinidad and Tobago

Law Firm Contact: Martin George

Tel: 868.624.7257

Fax: 868.623.5187

Email: attorney1@martingeorge.net

Website: www.martingeorge.net

Member Since: 2019

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