Any disagreement between the parties on the terms and conditions of the contract is known as a contractual dispute.
The validity of a contract is determined once all parties to the contract have mutually agreed upon and understood the contract terms and conditions. The absence of a mutual agreement makes the contract invalid, and one party is at liberty to contest it in court.
Disputes in the contract generally arise from a breach of contract. A contractual breach is said to occur when a party fails to perform a promise which they agreed to explicitly in the contract. There are two types of breaches in contract law, material and minor breach.