Violation is a legal and form of civil fault in which a binding agreement or negotiated exchange between one or more contracting parties is not rewarded by non-compliance or interference with the performance of the other party. A violation occurs when a party does not fulfill all or part of its contractual obligation, or expresses its intention to fail the undertaking or does not appear to be able, by other means, to fulfil its contractual obligation. In the event of a breach of contract, the damage suffered must be paid by the offence to the victim. In the event of a breach of contract, non-violation and non-violation are entitled to seek «recourse» under the laws relating to the performance of the contract. In the event of a breach of contract, three main measures can be taken into account: the intention to execute a contract in a manner inconsistent with the terms of the contract also shows the intention not to execute the contract. [11] Whether such conduct is so serious that it is a means of renunciation depends on the opposition of the difference in performance that threatens. The intention to achieve results is effective, but willingness in this context does not mean the desire to act despite the inability to do so. Say, «I`d like, but I can`t» negative intent as much as «I`m not going.» [12] Contracting parties must strictly execute contracts on their terms: this is what was agreed in the first place when the contract was concluded. There is therefore a need for further offences. In other words, an offence is the result of a party`s failure to comply with its obligations, without a valid excuse under the applicable legislation. When one party fails to meet its obligations and the other party is not entitled to take legal action against the party that violated it. The possibilities of fixing your respective contracts are indicated in the contract itself.

Before considering legal action in the event of a breach of contract, it is appropriate to conduct as careful a review as possible of the original agreement and to look for any requirements or restrictions that may exist in order to unintentionally waive the available remedies. The known cause of contractual errors is called information asymmetry. if one party (the manufacturer) has more information about a product or service than the other party (the consumer). [10] There is an information inequality between the two parties. [11] According to Young, there are three cases where asymmetrical information situations result from the following quality of a product or service that is too complex to be judged, such as medical care or higher education; 2) the end consumer of the product or service cannot evaluate it himself, as. For example, a child in the nursery or an elderly person in a care home; and 3) the product or service is not consumed by the person who purchased it, therefore the buyer would never know whether the manufacturer delivered what was promised. [10] However, if the colour of the tube had been mentioned as a condition in the agreement, a violation of that condition could well constitute a «large» one, that is,.