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Commercial contracts form an essential element of business operations. They are the basis on which trade takes place, setting out the terms and conditions that the parties agree to when carrying out transactions.
Careful wording of business contracts by a commercial contracts lawyer can safeguard your company in the event of disagreements. Often the use of disclaimers can provide an added level of protection.
Contracts can be drawn up for a variety of reasons including the supply of goods and services as well as the lease and hire of equipment. They can also be used to protect sensitive company information or trade secrets when dealing with third parties, in the form of confidentiality agreements. Our contract law specialists are used to handling contracts for a diverse client base so we are well equipped to provide valuable advice.
Supply of Goods and Services
Our team of commercial contract experts will give you the right level of support to help you negotiate and prepare your supply contracts. This will help you to establish important ongoing trading terms with valued customers as part of your future business goals.
The drafting and drawing up of contracts for the supply of goods and services can be a complex procedure. Fortunately, our commercial contract experts can cut through the jargon for you, simplifying the process whilst ensuring that your contracts are fit for purpose.
Lease and Hire Agreements
Sometimes it’s more beneficial to hire or lease equipment rather than buy it. Nevertheless, money tied up in equipment hire can be a substantial investment so it’s important to have the right contract in place in case anything goes wrong.
There are different hire and lease options available depending on your business needs including Contracts of Hire, Operating Leases and Hire Purchase Agreements. That’s why we work with you to understand your requirements so that we can find the best fit for your needs.
Our contract law specialists can help you with a variety of commercial contract law matters. If you would like to discuss the ways in which we can assist you, please get in touch using the contact details below.