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July 2019 Archives

When can breach of contract lead to business litigation?

Contracts form the backbone of many business relationships. Essentially, a contract exists when each party to the contract promises to do something for the other party in exchange for something of value. However, gone are the days when business contracts are made with a handshake and a smile. These days, they are often heavily negotiated and reduced to writing, so there is documentation of what each party promised to do.

Breathalyzer results are not always accurate

In college towns like Athens, drunk driving charges are common, although not always justified. Many people accused of drunk driving after allegedly failing a Breathalyzer test seem to think that there is nothing they can do to fight these charges, but this is not always true.

How do contingencies operate in real estate contracts?

Buying a home is an exciting time in a person's life, whether the person is buying their first home or whether the person is upsizing or downsizing from an existing home. Part of the homebuying process includes the execution of a real estate contract. However, such contracts may have contingencies that need to be met before the sale can be completed. The following is a basic overview of contingencies in real estate contracts.

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