If the parties are unable to resolve their differences and a party is suing, the court will likely raise three issues: 1) what the agreement was, 2) corresponded to the parties` benefits with the agreement, and 3) what the court should do to resolve the disputes. A breach occurs when a contract has not been executed. Generally speaking, an offence occurs when one of the parties neglects the responsibilities set out in the agreement. If it does not fulfill a contract, someone can also interfere in the ability of a party to perform its functions. Entire contracts may be breached and contracts may be partially violated. Failure to comply with a contract, also referred to as an offence, can have serious consequences, including legal action. If a contract is not executed, it means that one of the parties has not fulfilled its contractual obligations. If all contractual conditions are met as agreed, the parties will not have a problem. But what happens if something goes wrong? What happens if one of the parties does not occur, refuse or is unable to provide a service? What happens if one party is not satisfied with the results of the other party? What happens if the contract is broken or violated? Often, it is difficult to conclude the execution of a flawless contract.

Does the law require the impeccable performance of the contract, or is it acceptable to work on something different from what has been agreed? “To be effectively enforceable, an oral agreement must be fair and reasonable for the party who is the subject of an enforcement request, and the agreement must be sufficiently certain that the act to be taken is clearly identifiable.” When interpreting a contract, the court will endeavour to ensure that the contract is executed. A contract fully executed by all parties is referred to as an executed contract; a contract that has not been fully executed is a contract of execution. For example, I have delivered some grain, but not yet delivered all the grains I was ready to deliver; a contract of execution. The contract is considered executed if I have delivered the entire crop and you have paid me the full amount. See N.D.C.C No. 9-05-05. Run in this configuration does not mean that we have signed an agreement. Ideally, if two parties enter into a contract, they will both benefit and there will be no disputes related to the agreement. Unfortunately, this ideal does not always reflect reality and the non-execution of a contract is done at a surprising frequency. In the event of a change of contract, both parties should be aware of the possibility of breach of contract and litigation.