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 …
Changes in the law means design and planners need more protection.
Want to give your business a more professional appearance? Give your clients peace of mind? Protect your business? Two words. Bespoke contracts. It’s prudent to consider what type of contract will best serve your business – why acquire a contract that is unenforceable and doesn’t represent your business. And with the business world constantly changing …
Shareholder Agreements saves money and creates incentive to encourage others to build the business.
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.
Increase your chances of attracting investment or selling your business.