Protecting your business with professional legal documentation
Running a business and navigating business transactions is a complex undertaking that requires robust and legally sound documentation. You can’t rely on a verbal agreement or a handshake to be legally binding. The risks can be devastating. Our team of expert business lawyers specialise in drafting clear and detailed commercial documents for securing your business deals, safeguarding assets, and ensuring compliance.
Taking a comprehensive approach to commercial documentation
With a wealth of experience and a keen understanding of commercial business law, we take the time to understand your unique business needs and tailor our services accordingly. We understand that commercial documents are the backbone of any successful business transaction. That’s why we work closely with you to identify potential legal risks and devise documentation strategies that not only protect your interests but also foster strong business relationships.
Our commercial documentation services
Our commercial documentation services are designed to cover all of your business’s legal needs. From initial structuring to daily operations, we assist with:
- Structuring agreements, including shareholder, unitholder, or partnership agreements, trust deeds, and joint ventures.
- Settlement and transfer deeds, including dissolution of partnerships or dispute settlement deeds.
- Funding agreements, including loan agreements, mortgages, general security charges, and guarantees.
- Supply agreements, including terms of trade, and distribution, agency, franchising, licensing, commercial supply, and confidentiality agreements.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQS)
Our expert lawyers are here to answer all your legal questions about business and property law. If you can’t find the answers you’re looking for below, contact the team today.
What is commercial documentation?
Commercial documentation refers to the legal agreements which are essential in various business transactions. These documents can include contracts, agreements, terms of trade, and other paperwork necessary for business operations. These documents are crucial for legally safeguarding the interests of everyone involved in a business transaction.
What types of documents are considered commercial documentation?
Common types of commercial documentation include partnership agreements, shareholders agreements, loan agreements, terms of trade, confidentiality agreements, and franchise agreements, among others. These documents help to prevent any disputes by outlining the rights and responsibilities of each party.
Can I draft commercial documents myself or should I consult a lawyer?
While you can draft commercial documents yourself, consulting a lawyer is the best course of action to ensure that all legal aspects are covered. Experienced business lawyers can protect your business by minimising legal risks, ensuring compliance, and providing a clear framework for resolving legal disputes.
How can I ensure my commercial documents are legally enforceable?
The best way to ensure this is by having an expert business lawyer draft them. A well-drafted and legally enforceable document needs to be clearly written, include all necessary terms, be agreed upon by all parties, and comply with relevant laws and regulations.
What should I consider when entering a commercial agreement?
Before entering a commercial agreement, you need to consult an experienced business lawyer who knows your business and your industry. They’ll help you consider the nature of the agreement, obligations and rights of all parties, potential risks, dispute resolution mechanisms, and compliance with relevant laws.