What happens if, after all of the work of entering into a real estate contract and completing some or all of it, one party refuses to, or is unable to, carry out its obligations under the agreement? Such a refusal or failure to carry out the contract may be a breach of contract. The basic rules relating to breach of contract are set out in this section.
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Gibson Law, PC specializes in real estate, business litigation and bankruptcy law. We are located in Warner Center, just off the 101 freeway in Woodland Hills, California. We represent business owners, real estate investors, mortgage brokers, landlords, developers, contractors, homeowners and individuals. Most of our litigation practice is in Los Angeles Superior Court, although we also appear in U.S. District Court and in Superior Courts around the state of California. We also handle appeals before the California Court of Appeal. Our bankruptcy practice includes both debtor and creditor representation, consumer and business cases, Chapters 7, 13 and 11.
In practice since 1983, our principal, Richard Gibson, has taken several dozen civil cases to trial in California Superior Court, Arizona Superior Court and in U.S. District Court. He has won a number of six and severn figure verdicts and settlements for both plaintiffs and defendants. He has also confirmed a number of contested Chapter 11 plans. Mr. Gibson is a frequent writer and speaker on real estate and bankruptcy law topics.