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Business Terms & Policies

If your business deals with customers for the provision of goods or services, you should be engaging with your customers on standard terms or using standard contracts. And it's vital that these are properly and professionally drafted. Such contracts are used repeatedly, so any shortcoming can be magnified tens, hundreds or even thousands of times. ​

Our team of specialists can prepare any form of standard contract or terms for you. You may require terms of sale or purchase, contracts for services, or website and e-business terms. They may relate to general business policies, around anti-bribery measures for example, guarantees or hire terms. ​

But establishing clear and correct terms isn't enough on its own. We can help you to make sure that you contract each time on your own terms. We prepare our standard contracts in a straightforward style that's easy to use without continuous reference back to us.​

We also provide C-suite training, to help embed these new terms and policies into your business.

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