Malicious Prosecution

Malicious prosecution refers to civil and criminal lawsuits that have been filed without probable cause. Victims of such cases may experience unwarranted inconveniences, such as attorney costs, missed time from work, and reputation damages. The fact that all these are caused by baseless accusations make them even more inconvenient. But why do people file senseless lawsuits against others? There could be a number of reasons, like when they are trying to ...

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Types of Breach of Contract

When two parties enter a contract, they enter a binding agreement once they affix their signatures. By signing the document, the two parties become aware of the potential consequences when they violate the terms of the contract. When one of the parties breaks the agreement, there is a breach of contract. According to the website of Slater Pugh, Ltd. LLP, breach of contract carries huge penalties which could end up ...

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