Drafting a contract is needed to fully understand the terms of the agreement
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The purpose of most contracts is to 1) ensure that a certain set of events takes place, and 2) protect yourself in the event that those events do not take place.
Too often we write contracts thinking only of what we want to happen and we fail to address what might happen. One advantage lawyers have when writing a contract is that they have seen all of the ways an agreement can go wrong, they know what to prepare for.
A contract that is not easily understood is easily ignored. Therefore, our contract language should be modeled after the language we use in everyday business conversations. The clearer the language is, the lower the risk of misunderstanding by a party or a judge. If you wouldn’t say it to a judge, don’t write it in a contract.
LICENSE & PERMITS
Speak with an experienced business lawyer who can determine your obligations under the law and help develop a plan to make sure you’re in compliance.
Licenses and permits requirements may seem challenging, but you don’t have to figure it out on your own. The licensing, permit or registration requirements for your business will depend on your business type and structure, its location, and whether you employ staff.
There are many areas of your business that you may need to register, including your business name, trademark and domain name, as well as registering your business for tax. You must operate your business with the correct licences and permits. Seek professional advice from your solicitor regarding any licences, permits and regulations that affect your business.
Whether you are involved in a lawsuit, entering into a contract, or planning your estate, there are times when you need a properly prepared legal documents.
If this applies to you, you must first understand what type of document you need being prepared, what should go in that document, and how to draft that document to give it the force of the law it needs. The type of legal document will dictate both its format and its content.
Before we can start drafting your document, you will need to have a clear idea of what you want that document to do or what purpose it will serve. Planning out your objectives beforehand will help us focus on creating a legal document tailored to your particular purpose or you should better hire us to draft your document from scratch.