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Our Linn County contracts attorneys are dedicated to ensuring our clients understand the process of their cases and navigate through the legal jargon. Whether it's writing/reviewing contracts, handling breached contracts, or remedies for a breach of contract, we will help you every step of the way. Our experienced legal teams are ready and eager to help with all of your legal needs. At O'Flaherty Law Linn County, we offer transparent billing, responsive communication, and client-focused legal sessions to make your legal goals our legal goals. Do not hesitate to contact us with any questions for exceptional client service.
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In this video, our Linn County contract attorneys explain what a breach of contract is and possible remedies to a breach of contract. We also discuss the elements within a breach of contract claim, when a contract is valid, breaches of oral contracts, and more. We at O'Flaherty Law Linn County understand that there can be some nuance surrounding breaches of contract. This is why we aim to help our clients understand and succeed in each individual case. If you feel your rights in a contract have been breached or that you have a valid reason to breach a contract, do not hesitate to contact us for exemplary client services and representation.
In this article, our Linn County breach of contract attorneys discusses five common remedies for breach of contract disputes. These include “Award of Damages”, “Restitution”, “Rescission”, “Reformation”, and “Specific Performance”. We at O'Flaherty Law Linn County seek to thoroughly explain possible outcomes to our clients. In cases of breach of contract, there are options and we are here to help navigate in any instance. Do not hesitate to contact us for experienced teams of lawyers to give you exceptional individualized client service. At O'Flaherty Law Linn County we make your legal goals, our legal goals.
In this video, our Linn County contract law attorneys go on to explain how for purchases above $25 made in the home or at your place of work, you have the right to cancel the contract within three business days as long as the transactions are purchased, leased or rented primarily for personal, family or household reasons. “Buying clubs” are membership groups that allow you to buy certain goods and services at a discount. The three-day policy should apply to all types of buying clubs. Suffice to say, be cautious and read the contract thoroughly with any business opportunity. In Iowa, the three-day cancellation period also covers the sale of a business opportunity regardless of the location where the sale took place. The three-day period also covers funeral services and any goods bought for the funeral service even if done at the seller’s place of business. Membership campground contracts give the buyer the right to use a portion or all of the available campground under a membership campground operator for a period of 30 days or more as stipulated under the contract. Timeshares often tout their own cancellation policies as part of the high-pressure sales pitch, but generally, you have 5 business days to cancel a timeshare contract after the seller delivers all the information concerning the assets and liabilities of the timeshare estate. The three-day cancellation period applies to all types of gyms, exercise clubs, fitness centers, etc, including tennis and racquetball clubs, golf clubs, gymnasiums, weight control studios, and martial arts studios. The one caveat to canceling gym memberships is that you will often get your full refund back, minus twenty dollars.