The single question that has been asked on a number of occasions is –What is commercial litigation?
It is a question we have been asked on numerous occasions. It is a field that covers disputes of a commercial nature which have gone beyond the bounds of negotiating contracts, contractual terms and the like.
It can include:
- Misleading and deceptive conduct pursuant to the Trade Practices Act.
- Failure to comply with the terms of a contract regarding various issues such as:
- Supplying goods fit for the purpose
- Failing to supply goods on time
- Failing to supply services as contracted for
- Sale of a business or company shares
- Sale of a commercial property
- Breaching terms of contract after one party has acted upon that contract to its detriment
- Claims for unjust enrichment
- Claims for refund of money where business does not provide the anticipated returns
- Disputes between the shareholders in a company and / or disputes between partners.