Ohio Civil Actions law governs the trade practices and procedures relating breach of contract.
- A breach of contract is referred to as a tort action which means causing injury, damage or serious offence to the other party to a contract.
- The contract should be legally enforceable and requires the mutual consensus, consideration and acceptance of both the parties.
- In case of breach of contract the aggrieved party should give notice to the defaulting party of the failure to keep up the promise.
- The court will award a suitable compensation depending on the extent of damages suffered. Damages will be classified as general and consequential for computation purposes.