Our specialist lawyers can assist in preparing and reviewing contracts for all of your business needs, such as:
Terms and conditions of business
Most businesses require some standard terms and conditions to be prepared in order to govern their relationship with their customers. Usually terms and conditions set out what will happen in the event that one party breaches the contract, decides to terminate the contract, how the price for goods/services shall be calculated and how payment should be made.
A distribution agreement is when a manufacturer or wholesaler appoints a distributor to sell their products in a given territory.
An agency agreement is when an agent is appointed to act on an individual’s behalf to sell or promote goods or services.
Non-disclosure agreements/ confidentiality agreements
A non- disclosure/ confidentiality agreement may be required if you are intending on giving confidential information about your business to a third party. This could be because the third party is considering investing in your business or because you are considering collaborating with another business. If this is the case you may require security so that the third party can not disclose that confidential information to anyone else, including your competitors.
Joint venture agreements
Joint venture agreements are required when two separate parties come together to form one commercial enterprise but wish to retain their own identities. An agreement is required in order to govern the relationship between the parties and sets out, for example, how profits will be split and the obligations of each party.
Bespoke contracts with suppliers or customers
Many clients require bespoke contracts for use with their suppliers or customers to ensure that they have adequate protection before entering into a business relationship.