Protect Your Business With Terms & Conditions
Whether your business is run onsite, at a distance, or online, having a comprehensive set of terms and conditions is an important element of any business. The most effective way to ensure that your terms and conditions properly protect your business is to have them prepared or approved by a specialist business law solicitor.
At Tinsdills, we are dedicated to ensuring that your business is protected and our team of specialist business law solicitors is on hand to advise you on the efficacy of your standard terms and conditions. More corporate law services include:
Tinsdills recently expanded this department following an acquisition of Grindeys Solicitors
Specialists In Tailoring Terms & Conditions For Your Business
Terms and conditions of business are used to set out a commercial and legal framework for all transactions between your business and its suppliers and customers. Having a properly prepared, bespoke set of standard terms and conditions of business is an important part of any business, but many businesses do not give their standard terms and conditions detailed consideration until a dispute arises and it is too late to rectify the issues.
Standard terms and conditions require regular review to ensure that they remain current, take account of any changes in the law and reflect any changes in the activities of your business. When preparing bespoke terms and conditions, we will usually include exclusions of liability; warranties and indemnities (if appropriate); price and payment terms; provisions relating to packaging and delivery; offer and acceptance terms; retention of title, risk and insurance; and other regulatory/compliance provisions as appropriate. In addition, our team of specialist business law solicitors can advise on incorporation of terms and conditions (battle of the forms) and pre-contract representations.
Having bespoke terms and conditions in place does not automatically protect your business and there is sometimes confusion as to when they should be provided to the supplier or customer to ensure proper incorporation into a contract for each order placed. Failure to properly incorporate your terms and conditions into the contract, for sales of goods or services, could mean your business is unable to rely on those terms. It is therefore important to ensure you have a proper procedure in place for the formation of contracts.
Our dedicated business law solicitors have the legal and commercial expertise to advise you on all legal aspects of your business’ terms and conditions and the formation of contracts, tailoring your terms and conditions to protect your business for the future.
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