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A Breach of Contract Notice is a letter used to notify a party to a contract (the "breaching party") that they have breached a provision or term or condition of the contract. It is usually sent by the party that did not breach the contract (the "injured party"). A "breach" means that a party did not fully perform their obligations under the contract
The injured party may want to inform the breaching party of the breach of contract in order to give the breaching party a chance to remedy or correct the situation. Sometimes, a Breach of Contract Notice may be used only as a courtesy to inform the other party of the breach and the possibility of pursuing legal action.
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This letter may be used by a party to contract to inform the other party that the latter had breached a term or condition of the contract. The user should enter all the information required in the document. It is important to be as detailed as possible in order to fully inform the breaching party of the part of the contract that was breached and how the breach occurred. Once the document is completed, the injured party should print and sign the document. It may be sent by mail or email, among others.
The laws on obligations and contracts found in the Civil Code of the Philippines may affect the Breach of Contract Notice. Rules of evidence from the Rules of Court may also apply to this document.
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