Contract Law

Contract Law

Contract Law

A contract is an agreement between private parties creating mutual obligations enforceable by law.  The basic elements required for the agreement to be a legally enforceable contract are: mutual assent, offer and acceptance, and consideration. The parties that enter into a contract can be individuals or businesses.

Contracts are the Backbone of Business Relationships

At McDonnell Adels & Klestzick, PLLC, our attorneys prepare contracts specific to our clients’ needs and, if necessary, commence litigation to enforce the contractual terms and to protect our clients’ rights.

 

When a breach of contract case is heard by the courts, there are several possible outcomes, including:

 

  • Specific performance is a legal order for a person or company to uphold their part of the agreement. 

  • Restitution is when the breaching party is directed to pay compensation to the non-breaching party.

  • Cancellation is when the contract is declared void and relieves a party from an obligation.

Providing the Finest in Legal Representation and Customer Service

We believe in a proactive and cost-effective approach to serving even the most complex of our client's legal needs.

At McDonnell Adels & Klestzick, we provide our clients with the finest in legal representation and customer service. We believe in a proactive and cost-effective approach to serving even the most complex of our client's legal needs.  For more information about Contract Law or any of our practice areas, call us at 516-328-3500.