Terms and Conditions
Terms and conditions form the basis of your contracts. We help you get them right.
Correctly drafted terms and conditions save a business time and money. They can outline how and when a payment is to be made, how a product or service should be delivered, what happens if a payment isn’t received and how a business can limit its liability under a particular contract.
We ensure you're armed with robust and reliable terms and conditions, so you can move forward with confidence.
Examples of when terms and conditions are needed
Manage contractual relationships
Your business will form countless contractual relationships within its lifetime. And those very relationships will powerfully propel the company forward. Ensure you build something to last, with terms that set the ground rules, define the parameters, and build stability for the long haul.
Define core business terms
As a sprawling enterprise, you’ll have a long list of legal obligations, definitions, and absolute no-go’s. Your terms of business set the do’s and don’t from the get-go.
Without terms and conditions in place, your company is vulnerable to liability in all its forms. From financial loss to a lacking defence, absence of T&Cs is a big no-no. Keen to avoid unlimited liability this year? You’ll need water-tight T&Cs to shield the business.
Protect your business
With the right legal infrastructure in place, a business can flourish. Without it, your company is liable to risk, fines, and foul-turning relationships. Your terms and conditions get things rolling on the right foot - and keeps things rolling.
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