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Address partnership disputes in North Carolina before they arise

Entering a new partnership can be the start of a great business endeavor. Many entrepreneurs in North Carolina decide that by combining forces, they can introduce to the market a business that is stronger than it would be if it were a sole proprietorship. However, during the business formation process, business partners should anticipate that during the course of doing business, partnership disputes could arise. Fortunately, there are steps business partners can take from the get-go to mitigate the chance of partnership disputes occurring in the future.

An introduction to breach of contract in North Carolina

Businesses enter into contracts with the expectation that the terms of the contract will be fulfilled. Yet contract parties often fail to perform according to the letter of the contracts that obligate them to perform. North Carolina's legal system offers a remedy for parties who have been hurt by a failure to respect a contract. This blog post will provide a quick overview of what happens when a breach of contract is alleged.

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