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Peter R. Yarem is a litigation attorney who writes articles on litigation, business torts & anti-trust, and environmental.
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Will a New Jersey Court Enforce a Quasi-Contract?
Author: Peter YaremDate: April 13, 2020
You don’t always need a binding contract to win a business lawsuit. In some cases, New Jersey courts will impose liability even though some of the essential elements of a contract are missing. These equitable remedies are based on “fairness,” and they are intended to redress the wrong suffered from the breaching party's actions when traditional legal remedies are not available.
To start, it is always advisable to have a written contract that details the contract rights and remedies that are available if one party fails to perform. Under New Jersey contract law, the following elements are required to form a binding contract:
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The VW Emissions Scandal: How Will It Change Auto Industry?
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