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Terms and conditions of business

It is essential in business to put in place Terms and Conditions that will protect your business and help you trade successfully.

Why do I need these you may be thinking?  

Terms and Conditions will:

  • aim to provide you with a legally binding contract with your customer;
  • seek to limit your liability to your customer;
  • protect your business against non-payment;
  • set out a clear policy for delivery, returns and defective items;
  • help avoid disputes arising at a later date.

Having something in place now could save you a considerable amount of time and expense in the future if something were to go wrong.

We are here to provide all the help and advice you need, so that you can get on with running your business. Give us a call for a no obligation discussion about the needs of your business. 

News and media

  • News
    • Posted on July 29, 2015
      You may be aware that payments to employees – in respect of the termination of their employment – can be paid free of tax and national insurance contributions up to £30,000 (“termination payment”). If any part of the payment relates to notice pay which may either be set out in the employee’s contract or the statutory minimum notice period under the Employment Rights Act 1998, then tax may need to be paid on this part of the termination payment. Whether notice pay can be paid tax free or should be treated as a taxable emolument will depend on what the employee’s contract says or the employers previous conduct.
      Posted in: Employment
    • Posted on June 22, 2015
      In the case of Joseph v Brighton and Sussex University Hospital NHS Trust Ms Joseph brought claims against her employer for disability discrimination and unfair dismissal. Ms Joseph suffered from a blood disorder called Antiphospholipid Syndrome as well as stress/depression.
    • Posted on May 25, 2015
      This highly reported case was predictably, regardless of the outcome, going to be a significant ruling with far-reaching implications. A customer, Mr Lee was refused service by Ashers bakery (based in Northern Ireland) despite having already placed his order as the cake he required was designed with “Support Gay Marriage” to be inscribed in the icing.
      Posted in: News

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