When an agreement to supply goods or services is made, the terms of the agreement form a contract – even in cases where no written agreement has been made, and the arrangement is based on verbal agreement between the parties.
As a result of such written or verbal contracts, it may be the case that payment has not been made, the quality of the services or goods is not satisfactory, or the relationship has changed.
These types of disputes are, unfortunately, commonplace and can relate to a personal or commercial context. It is essential that in order to attempt to seek a cost-effective and time-efficient resolution, bespoke legal advice is sought as soon as possible.
Our team of experienced solicitors will carefully advise you on all aspects of a supply of services or goods dispute, including how and in what form the contract was created and the potential remedies available.
The outcome of a supply of services or goods dispute could be payment of damages, specific performance of the service or repayment of the contract price; however, these are always dependent on the specific facts of the matter.
To discuss any issues regarding the supply of goods and services please contact a member of our team on 01204 377 600. Alternatively you can send an email with your name, contact information and brief details as to the nature of your issue to email@example.com and one of our team will be able to help you.