Help with commercial contracts
Commercial contracts can be crucial to the success of your business, and it is essential to ensure that your terms and conditions are robust and up to date.
If your business uses standard contracts for business, you need to take great care before relying on standard precedents. Many businesses recycle terms and conditions that they have copied from competitors, but terms of trading need to be drafted to take account of the specific conditions in which you do business.
In a tough economic climate, properly drafted terms and conditions can mean the difference between survival or failure. For example, poorly drafted terms and conditions can prejudice or delay recovering vital cash for your company.
Details can make a fundamental difference, and we strongly recommend that businesses get professional legal help with their terms and conditions and with all their commercial contracts.
Our business terms and conditions solicitors
Nelsons has an expert team of commercial solicitors who specialise in drafting and reviewing terms and conditions of business. The team work with businesses across a number of sectors, from established companies to business start-ups.
We are also recommended by the independently-researched Legal 500 as being one of the top teams of specialists in the country.
For more information about our services for businesses, contact our team of commercial solicitors in Derby, Leicester and Nottingham via our online form or call 0800 024 1976 for a guaranteed response.
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