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Orange County Business Contract Lawyer

Orange County Business Law Lawyer
Orange County Business Contract Lawyer


Blake & Ayaz provides knowledgeable legal services for clients in Santa Ana, Los Angeles, San Diego and Orange County, and throughout California. Business contracts are a regular part of owning or running a business and can involve contractors, employees, vendors, banks, commercial landlords, insurance companies, utilities, and clients or customers. Whether you are making a business contract or dealing with a disputed contract, the law firm can provide the experienced representation you need.

Common types of business contracts include:

  • General contracts for services
  • Loan agreements
  • Non-compete agreements
  • Promissory notes
  • Employment agreements
Our attorneys have a combined 60 years of experience helping out businesses and individuals.

Blake & Ayaz services clients in Santa Ana, Los Angeles, San Diego and Orange County, and throughout California.


A business contract is a legally binding agreement where two or more parties agree and exchange something of value, which could include cash, goods, or services. While not always required, business contracts should be put in writing because oral agreements are difficult to prove during disputes over the oral contract.

For a variety of business contracts, Blake & Ayaz can provide reliable and diligent legal services to assist you in creating the contract, spelling out the details, specifying payment obligations, agreeing on circumstances that terminate the contract and agreeing on ways to solve possible disputes. For small, medium, and large businesses and corporations, they are well equipped to manage contracts and agreements.


There are two kinds of contract breaches. A material breach occurs when one party fails to perform the requirements of the contract to the extent that the contract is deemed “irreparably broken.” On the other hand, an anticipatory breach occurs when one party threatens through words or actions to not perform the requirements of the contract.

The unconditional refusal of a party to perform under the contract is known as a repudiation of the contract, and disputes can arise over either of these scenarios. Dealing with complicated business contracts and disputes often requires a lot of time, energy, and expense that could be better spent on other aspects of your business and on Blake & Ayaz, who will provide assistance to explore your options and represent you in litigation or appellate court.

Contact us today at 714-667-7171 for more information or to schedule your initial consultation.


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