Contract Disputes

Contract Disputes

Generally, people and companies can enter into any deal they wish, and the role of the law is limited to interpreting what the parties’ agreement meant, and whether one of the parties breached.  There have been many statutory exceptions to the rule that parties can agree to anything, however.  For example, an employer may not pay an employee less than minimum wage, even if the employee consents; a handyman may not perform home improvement work without a license; and a creditor may not enforce a promise by the debtor that he or she will not file bankruptcy.

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