Contracts in Your Business
A contract is a legally binding agreement between two or more persons or entities to grant certain rights and obligations. Our contract solicitors can advise on a range of situations.
- be a supplier of goods and services such as a retailer, wholesaler or independent contractor;
- have a partnering agreement with another person or business such as a partnership, joint venture or consortium; or
- be a purchaser of goods and services such as a customer, borrower of money or licensee.
Keeping your terms and agreements up to date means you will be protected if things go wrong. It means everyone can work from the same ‘rule book’ with no hidden surprises.
Our business team can review and update commercial and consumer contracts, keep your own contracts up to date with regulatory changes to ensure enforceability and provide support for operational agreements including licensing, outsourcing, and agency distribution.
If you’re not sure where your business stands, ask us about our SME Health Check.
We work closely with all our clients to build a deep understanding of the business, sector, suppliers and customers and future plans.
We will meet with you at your convenience to discuss your needs and, if required, review any existing documentation before creating bespoke, compliant and enforceable agreements tailored to your business.
An experienced contract solicitor will handle your account, and a member of the team will always be available to speak to on a day to day basis.
We underwent a general review of terms and conditions having expanded our service offering. This new service is one that’s more technical and complex and, therefore, required a greater level of legal research and interpretation. Cartridges Law managed this without hassle.
Overall the task was handled very thoroughly and efficiently.
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