(888) 676-7128

Need Affordable Breach of Contract Lawyer Near You?

New Hampshire Breach of Contract laws

HomeBreach of ContractNew Hampshire Breach of Contract laws

Under the New Hampshire Uniform Commercial Code a breach is said to have occurred in the following circumstances:

  • Where either of the parties fails to perform any promise, whether wholly or partly that forms part of the contract.
  • The losses or damages arising from such violation of promise are material and significant.
  • Where there is a possibility of an anticipatory breach of contract by a party which can result in loss or damage.
  • Where either of the party has disabled himself from the performance of the contract or has caused a situation that makes it impossible for the contract to take place.

Important: The articles available on uslawyer.us are neither legal advice, nor a replacement for an attorney. The articles are general information and guidance concerning different legal issues. We make sure that these articles prove helpful to you but we do not promise or guarantee that they are suitable to your condition. We also do not take responsibility for any loss that might cause to you using these articles. Hence, it is strictly suggested to not to rely on the information provided in these articles completely without getting expert legal advice. It is also suggested to consult or hire an attorney in case of any doubt.