Contract’s Exclusion Of Consequential Damages Prevents Recovery Of Expenses From Dealings With Third Parties

When businesses contractually agree that consequential damages caused by a breach of contract cannot be recovered, such provision prevents the recovery of breach-related expenses incurred from dealings with third parties.  Crescent University City Venture, LLC v. AP Atlantic, Inc. et. al., 2019 N.C.B.C. 46 (J. Bledsoe).[1]  As a […]