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Georgia Breach of Contract laws

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Georgia law recognizes a contract as a promise between two parties to do or not to do something in return for a consideration mutually agreed upon by both the parties.

  • A breach of contract happens when the plaintiff has performed his part of the obligation anticipating in return the performance by the defendant.
  • Where the defendant fails to perform his obligation, the plaintiff can sue him for damages arising from such non-performance.
  • Under Georgia Law, the plaintiff has to give ample notice of breach to the defendant before initiating the legal action in order to give the defendant a chance to remedy his failure.

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