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Terms and conditions

 

If you are a start-up looking for the first time to set up a contract or a long established organisation that wants to revisit its existing agreements and terms and conditions, our contract lawyers will advise you on setting up arrangements to handle and mitigate your company’s risks.

 

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The introduction into business contracts with terms and conditions is to obtain security. An organisation should ensure that the terms are integrated into its agreements. A company’s terms and conditions can be found in brochures, the website or any other pre-contract documentation.

 

Drafting terms and conditions

A well drafted contract will not only include the requirements applicable to the supply to be covered, but will also take account of the use’s internal processes and be customised to the individual business. Fisher Solicitors used a tailored approach to drafting terms and conditions as a one size fits all approach is not practical.

 

The terms and conditions are intended to provide you with protection and a legal basis for safeguarding your rights while working with clients. These can be easily resolved if conflicts or issues occur, if the consumer may refer to clearly written terms and conditions. Applicants can set up reasonable debt pursuit and dispute resolution procedures relating to terms and conditions.

 

Do you have a dispute relating to your company’s terms and conditions?

You may assume that because nothing can go wrong, it won't matter what terms and conditions apply to your contract. It is necessary, however, to remember the small but important number of occasions when things go wrong. This may be everything from lawsuits to simply an unpaid bill over the quality of the products as examples. If you have gone to the trouble of establishing your own terms and conditions, then you want to make sure that they will support you and protect your interests. It is therefore necessary to make sure that you speak to a solicitor to ensure your terms and conditions are correct and if any disputes arise that a solicitor can help you to resolve a dispute relating to your terms and conditions.

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