Contracts come in many forms – from well written multipage contracts to verbal contracts. (Yes, there are such things as “verbal contracts” and they can be enforced under certain circumstances) . Many written contracts are incomplete or ambiguous. Contract litigation often involves contract interpretation or contract enforcement, or both. One thing that makes contract litigation in Delaware unique is the separation of Courts of Law and the Court of Equity. The very first determination to be made in contract litigation analysis is: what result is being sought? This single determination, at the beginning of the case, makes a world of difference in the outcome.
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