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Top-Rated New Jersey
Contract Litigation Attorneys

New Jersey Breach of Contract Attorneys 

We Aggressively Protect the Rights of Clients in Contract Disputes throughout New Jersey.  Let Our Experienced Team Fight for You.

In its most basic form, a contract is a set of mutual promises or obligations that may be legally enforced against a party who breaches it.  When a party to a contract fails to fulfill its obligations under the agreement, the party is in breach and can be sued for specific performance and damages. 

Contract disputes are complicated and are often focused on legal issues related to the terms of the agreement The damages often are complicated and uniquely determined by sophisticated contract laws.

Experienced Contract Litigation Attorneys

Our contract litigation attorneys have helped many individuals and businesses in a wide array of breach of contract matters throughout Bergen County and the entire state of New Jersey.  

In fact, Peter J. Lamont, Esq. has litigated complex contracts disputes throughout the United States on behalf of large national and international corporations. If you need assistance with a breach of contract matter, contact us today!

Litigating Cases Throughout New Jersey

With our main office conveniently located in Wyckoff, NJ in Bergen County, we regularly handle real estate lawsuits and other property disputes throughout the entire state of New Jersey.  We regularly litigate cases in Bergen County, Passaic County, Hudson County, Morris County, Essex County, Warren County, Ocean County,  Union County, and beyond. If you are involved in a New Jersey real estate dispute the Law Offices of Peter J. Lamont is ready to assist you.



What is a Legally Binding Contract In New Jersey


In order for a contract to be binding New Jersey law requires the following conditions are met:


  1. Meeting of the minds — the parties reached an agreement to (do what is alleged).

  2. Offer and acceptance — one party communicated a willingness to enter into the agreement and the other party gave some outward indication that the agreement was accepted.

  3. Consideration — each party gave or promised something of value to the other.

  4. Certainty — the terms of the agreement were reasonably certain.

New Jersey Law Elements of a Claim for Breach of Contract 

Under New Jersey Law, in order to establish a contract claim against a breaching party, the plaintiff must prove that:

  1. The parties entered into a contract containing certain terms.

  2. The plaintiff did what the contract required the plaintiff to do.

  3. The defendant did not do what the contract required the defendant to do. This failure is called a breach of the contract.

  4. The defendant’s breach, or failure to do what the contract required, caused a loss to the plaintiff. 

Are You Involved in a New Jersey Contract Dispute or Lawsuit? If so, contact us Today at our Bergen County Office.  Call Us at (201) 904-2211 or email Us at


We handle a wide range of contract litigation including: 

  • Complex Breach of Contract 

  • Non-Compete Disputes

  • Franchise Agreement Issues

  • Employment Agreement Disputes

  • Partnership & Business Agreement Disputes

  • Shareholder Contract Disputes

  • Breach of Settlement Agreements

  • Real Estate Contract Disputes

  • Construction Contract Matters

  • Other New Jersey Contract Disputes


Do you have questions about a New Jersey Breach of Contract dispute? Contact us Today at our Bergen County Office.  Call Us at (201) 904-2211 or email Us at


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