Terms and conditions of business set out the contract between two parties. At the point a contract is agreed - when an offer is made and accepted - you should consider on what terms any work will be done. You should think about payment terms and how you would deal with a disagreement if a product or service is of an unacceptable standard. You also need to think about any implied terms too. Doing this at the right time allows terms to be incorporated into your contract.
Howlett Clarke helps you understand how to protect your business. We help you agree terms of business that protect your rights, and limit your liabilities. We explain matters simply and in plain English. We ensure you understand what you are agreeing to. If that is not your intention, we advise you on what you need to do. You can trust our lawyers to give you expert advice on what terms to include, and how and when to incorporate them in to your contracts.
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