Breach of contract is an everyday fact of life.

Would it surprise you to know that findings by OnePoll (the UK-based market research arm of the SWNS Media Group) suggest the average Briton breaks the law every day?

Just as most of us are inveterate law breakers (speeding, parking, not wearing a seatbelt, using a telephone whilst driving, littering, theft of intellectual property, cycling on pavements, illicit drug taking, having sex in public places – according to OnePoll) so too are we habitually breaching our contracts.

You might not think this is a big deal, but it is..

 - because if you understand how to use this knowledge you will be better equipped to renegotiate or unilaterally terminate your contracts!

How many people have an obligation of one sort or another they would like out of?

Businesses often do, and when it comes to commercial contracts the stakes can be high – even to the extent of the corporate entity’s life hanging in the balance due to commitments and agreements that someone has signed off on at some point (and wishes they hadn’t). 

If you’ve been hunting down information about breaking contracts then you’ll probably have come across a bunch of legal terms and definitions, possibly covering such topics as:

- what constitutes a valid contract;
- what is a meeting of the minds;
- what is consideration;
- what are implied terms;
- what are express terms;
- what is the right of rescission;
- what are your consumer rights (as an individual);
- what are your employment rights (as employer or employee);
- what agreements are voidable;
- what dealings are illegal;
- what is mistake;
- what is undue influence;
- what is duress;
- what is incapacity;
- what is impairment;
- and what is fraud.

When big businesses get into trouble and they exhaust all their conventional options (including being told by their own professional staff there’s no hope) they bring in the best help money can buy, and that includes consultant negotiators like us.

If you have explored all avenues and remain devoid of a plan and workable ideas, you will not find any rehash of the above in How to Break (or renegotiate) ANY Contract!

Instead you will discover how if you think like a negotiator and NOT like a lawyer you can open up even the most 'cast-iron' contracts.  This report reveals the map, and shines a light on the principles and processes used by consultant negotiators in breaking or renegotiating their clients' contracts.