Three Areas of Litigation Defined

Commercial litigation is when two or more parties engage the court process to assist in enforcing what a party believes to be his or her rights. It is usually the result of failed negotiations that brings one or more of the parties to the point where they feel that a court based approach is what is warranted. This article will deal with three different types of commercial litigation: Compulsory acquisition of land, nforcement of rights under a Lease and breach of trade mark.

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