Business or commercial contracts cover a wide spectrum of topics. We have experience in dealing with a range of different sectors & markets, different products & services and some unique requirements. At its simplest, contracts are designed to manage risk. Your risk and the other party’s risk.
Without a written contract, you may find that the risk is much greater than it could otherwise have been. We understand that contracts seem like a lot of paper with no immediate return. The point of course is that it is only when things go wrong that you need to rely on it. At that point, it is invaluable.
We have never had a client who has been disappointed by having a contract in place. But, we have had several who regretted their decision to proceed with an arrangement without first consulting us. We deal with a range of different contracts to appoint agents and distributors, both within the UK and abroad. Our services cover a variety of industries and market sectors, from products to services.
We deal with Sales agents, Marketing agents, Distributors & Resellers, Business Introduction and Commission Agents
Terms & Conditions apply to all businesses, whether you are buying or selling, whether it is a product or a service, and whether it is a business customer or a consumer. We draft bespoke T&Cs to suit your business requirements. By having T&Cs in place then both you and your purchaser or supplier are aware of the terms which apply to your dealings. As with all forms of contract, it is the management of risk which is fundamental to the success of your business.
Most businesses agree on the commercial aspects of their relationship, but unless these are properly documented and reliable, then there is less certainty when things go wrong; and unfortunately this does happen.
We help you to manage your risk by understanding your business and then explaining to you your legal requirements as they apply to you. We do this to enhance and promote your business, not to bog it down with cumbersome legalities. We work with you to ensure that your T&Cs are valid and binding.
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