How many times have you heard “you better get it in writing?”
Have you “gotten it in writing” and signed a contract or agreement
that you now wish you could get out of? Is there anything that can be
done or do you have to stick it out?
If you entered into a written agreement, there can be conditions where
you are not obligated to comply with that agreement. For example, if you
have been talked into signing a contract or document based upon false
or misleading statements, you may have the ability to get out of that
contract based on “fraudulent inducement”, also known as “promissory
When someone makes untrue statements to get you to sign a contract, you
can get out of the contract as long as false statements were made beforehand,
and you reasonably relied upon those statements which later turned out
to be detrimental to you.
If you think you may have a similar situation with a contract, schedule
a free initial consultation so that you can fully explore your case and
facts with Nick Shelton.