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Terms and Conditions

Else’s commercial solicitors will draft terms and conditions that will save you from expensive future conflicts and time-consuming inconveniences.

Correctly drafted and incorporated terms and conditions are a must for every business. Having them in place when you start trading is much less costly than taking legal action against non-paying customers or pursuing disputes through the courts.

Some businesses fail to properly incorporate their terms and conditions into their contracts with individual customers. This failure may stop the terms and conditions having any legal effect or being binding on the other customers that a business engages with.

How we can help

Else have a specialist team of corporate and commercial solicitors in Burton on Trent that will draft appropriate terms and conditions specific to your business.

Our experts understand the risks that could affect your business, so we will create terms and conditions that give your company the protection it needs.

Once these terms and conditions are correctly incorporated, your business can have the peace-of-mind. You will know that your customers and clients are clear on pricing, payment procedures, service performance standards, late payment consequences, and how a business may limit its liability.

Just one bad debt could put a company out of business, so ensure that you are doing all you can to protect your future.

You need the right terms and conditions in the right place and presented to the people you engage with at the right time.

To arrange an initial discussion in relation to terms and conditions of business, please contact our corporate and commercial solicitors in Burton on Trent. You can send us a message or call us on 01283 526200.

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