Juslaws & Consult will give you advice and assistance regarding all your commercial & corporate litigation matters. We have a great experience and expertise when it comes to litigation between two companies in Thailand.
When a party to an agreement fails to perform any term of a written or oral contract without a legitimate legal reason, the other party may claim for a breach of contract. This could involve not completing a job, not paying on time or in full, failing to deliver all required goods, substituting inferior or substantially different good or any other act demonstrating that the party will not perform as specified. A breach of contract usually provides a claim in a civil court, however more often a claim in criminal court may also arise.
Especially between two companies this process can me a complicated and complex one. At Juslaws & Consult we specialize in corporate litigation and are willing to assist you and guide you through all evolving matters.
Our expert team will meticulously examine any documents related to a business or commercial transaction you may be considering entering into in order to avoid any potential conflicts that may lead to litigation.
Should you have already engaged in a business arrangement and a dispute arises, Juslaws & Consult can assess the situation thoroughly by going through every minute detail and clause contained in the agreement to confirm which party has deviated from the procedures agreed to and to try to determine how to resolve the dispute. Should the claimant be justified in his allegations, then appropriate action for restitution should be discussed.
The most common types of corporate litigation actions include, among others:
when a party to an agreement fails to perform any term of a written or oral contract without a legitimate legal reason the other party may claim a breach of contract. This could involve failure to complete a job, not paying on time or in full, failing to deliver all required goods, substituting inferior or substantially different goods, or any other act demonstrating that the party will not perform as agreed upon. One of the most common types of civil lawsuits in Thailand is for court-ordered specific performance and/or damages resulting from a breach of contract.
this action is a statutory form of legal action that might be brought by aggrieved shareholders against their company.
the juristic person can bring a claim against the director of the company if the company has suffered some loss by due to an abusive conduct of the Director(s). If the Director has made some personal profit, the company has the right to claim the gain from the Director concerned.
Juslaws & Consult will be pleased to support you in your shareholders and commercial dispute. We will advise you carefully upon strategy and about all the advantages and disadvantages of proceeding before the Commercial Court in Thailand.
For further information contact Juslaws & Consult International Law Firm.