Business Terms and Conditions Solicitors – Commercial Contracts
Having the right terms and conditions in place is vital to the success of any business. However, navigating the terms of such contracts can often be complex and confusing. We’re always transparent on fees and we get to know your business as if it’s our own. How can we help you?Call our Contracts Team Email our Contracts Team
Business Terms and Conditions
Accurate terms and conditions which reflect your business processes can put your business in a much stronger trade position and provide certainty for yourself and your customers.
Instructing commercial solicitors to properly draft your terms of business not only provides clarity and peace of mind by setting out the provisions under which you want to do business, but also ensures that the terms of the contract are legally enforceable.
Standard Terms and Conditions usually addresses:
- The nature of the products/services being provided;
- Payment mechanisms including when invoices and payments are due;
- Processes and penalties for late payments;
- Customer and supplier obligations; and
- Alternative Dispute Resolution mechanisms
As a result of the above, properly drafted terms and conditions can lead to better cashflow due to the precise payment mechanisms and processes. Further, if legal action is unavoidable to recover debts from your customers, your terms and conditions can put you in a strong position evidentially, whilst even providing the possibility of recovering late payment penalties and contractual interest on late payments.
Why use Rotheras for your Business Terms and Conditions?
We can review your current trade conditions and will work with you to draft terms and conditions that are specific to your business.
We can advise you on how to incorporate your terms of business into your contract with customers so they are legally binding.
We have years of experience writing terms and conditions for all types and sizes of business.
We pride ourselves on our attention to detail to ensure your terms and conditions are accurate and easy to understand.
Our commercial law experts can help you with drafting terms and conditions for your business relationships with suppliers, customers or simply to appear your website.
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Jason specialises in all aspects of commercial law including company and business sales and purchases, commercial contracts, company secretarial, partnerships, shareholder rights and much more.
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