Contact our Oldham Breach of Contract Solicitors on 0161 665 3502 to find out how we can help you or complete our online enquiry form and a member of our Team will contact you.
Breach of Contract Solicitors in Greater Manchester
You may be operating as a business whose invoices remain unpaid despite reminders being sent or an individual who is owed money, perhaps having lent money to someone who is now refusing to pay you back.
Garratts Solicitors can help. Our specialist Solicitors are fully trained in all aspects of breach of contract.
How Much Does It Cost?
Depending on your requirements, initial advice can be provided under our Discounted Fixed Fee First Interview Scheme which allows you to remain in control of your case and the associated costs.
Alternatively, we offer a full retainer service where we will write to the debtor initially and progress the recovery through Court proceedings and Enforcement proceedings as is necessary on your behalf. We will not take any steps which will incur a cost to you without your consent. Certain costs are recoverable from the debtor. We will ensure that these are included in the claim and, provided payment in full is obtained, those costs will be repaid back to you.
The Breach Of Contract Process
This is a three-part process:
- Sending a Letter Before Action
- Issuing Legal Proceedings
- Obtaining and Enforcing Judgement
The Letter Before Action is formal notification to the debtor of intended legal action. It provides the debtor with details of the outstanding debt and a deadline by which this is to be paid to avoid proceedings being issued against them in the County Court. In some cases, a Letter Before Action is sufficient to prompt payment being made or at least a payment plan being set up.
If the Letter Before Action is unsuccessful, then issuing County Court Proceedings is the next step. The debtor will then have 14 days to admit or defend the claim. If the claim is defended, our Breach of Contract Solicitors will advise you on the prospects of bringing a successful claim and discuss the options available to you and the associated costs.
If the debtor fails to respond within the 14 day period, we can request Judgement on your behalf from the Court and discuss potential enforcement options and their associated costs with you.
Whatever method of funding your case you choose, you can expect to receive clear and concise advice and information from our Breach of Contract Solicitors.