A breach of contract requires a material breach by one party. That means that an obligation has not been performed in a material way, giving the right to the other party to sue for damages. Those damages can be actual damages, and depending on what they contract provides, possibly could be consequential and incidental damages that flow from the breach.
Also, it’s possible under certain circumstances that injunctive relief can be obtained as well, but really, you have to look at the agreement to find out what the parties themselves said about what happens when there’s a breach.
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