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Florida Breach of Contract laws

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In Florida to receive compensation for breach of contract a promissor has to prove the following matters in the Court:

  • There was an actual contract entered between the parties in writing, the obligations under which were not adhered by either of the parties resulting in the breach of contract.
  • The party should prove in the court the non-performance of a duty or any act performed by the other party that made the promise impossible to perform.
  • Finally, the aggrieved party should file a complaint in the court along with the contract attached with it as an exhibit.

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