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Contractual Dispute Solicitors on the Isle of Wight

You don’t need to sign a piece of paper to enter a contract. Just by entering a shop and buying an everyday household product you have entered a form of contract.

Contracts can, of course, become more complicated, for instance when you employ someone to carry out building work or when you buy a house.

Know your legal rights

When you enter a contract, you expect the terms of the contract to be honoured. If the product is defective or you did not receive the service expected, it’s important to know your legal rights and what steps you can take to resolve matters.

The Glanvilles Damant Dispute Resolution Team provides legal advice on a wide range of contractual disputes and consumer problems from faulty motor vehicles to restrictive covenants, shoddy workmanship to insurance claim disputes.

Contact us to discuss how we can handle the matter on your behalf so you can get on with your life. Our aim is to achieve a satisfactory resolution for you without you having to face the expense of going to court.


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