A contractual agreement establishes a professional bond between you and a business partner in Westminster. If your partner breaks that bond, you may recover damages for breach of contract depends on the reason your partner cites for ending your agreement. This prompts the question of what are some to the reasons why a party walks away from a contract.
The first and most obvious is termination for default. Your partner may cite such a reason if it believes you have failed to fulfill your contractual obligations. If that is proven true, then your partner is not legally bound to adhere to the contract and could be even be entitled to monetary relief. Yet such a claim may be easy to counter given that you have the contractual terms in writing to refer to. If you can show that you did indeed do what the contract stipulated, then your client walked away without cause. In such a case, you could then pursue a breach of contract claim.