This blog is part 2 of a series of 5 that is preoccupied with small business using contracts to avoid contractual disputes. Court is an expensive pursuit and building self-remedy or clauses into your contract, that are enforceable and offer solutions to problems that may arise is practically useful to small businesses. A considered contract …
Contracts are about communication
Having properly drafted contracts reflects the quality of your business offering
We understand that the law can appear boring and confusing, but would you use this as a reason not to protect your business? Legally, you don’t need to have a set of terms and conditions for your business, but it would be foolish not to – you should never do business without them. We have …
As Ebola continues to spread, over 13,000 people have now contracted the deadly disease. Major airports are operating Ebola screenings for arrivals from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, but as of yet no shipping ports have followed suit. The International Maritime Organisation has ordered that all ports are to remain open to allow trading to …
Shareholder Agreements saves money and creates incentive to encourage others to build the business.
A trend in online retailing – a quarter of all websites don’t have the correct legal protection for their customers.
Valuation of shares required for new investment or a departing director/shareholder…what next?
Bespoke terms and conditions (contracts that reflect your business) offer added protection for businesses.
Signing contracts that are unenforceable, (self-drafted or modified templates) can cause problems for both businesses further down the line.