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Terms and Conditions
Terms and conditions (known as T&Cs) are often given low priority by businesses and only considered after a dispute has arisen. The benefits of a comprehensive set of T&Cs are not limited to protecting a business, but include the accomplishment of numerous commercial objectives.
Those commercial objectives include imposing favourable terms into contracts that can limit the liability of a business and standardise its contracting procedures, so that contracting responsibilities can be delegated to junior members of staff.
There is a significant amount of legislation that can apply to T&Cs, which if not complied with can leave a business exposed to substantial costs. The Commercial and Corporate Finance Team has significant expertise and experience in producing T&Cs for clients in a variety of business sectors, as well as for public sector organisations. Our clients include businesses of all different sizes, from sole traders to large international public limited companies. We have produced T&Cs for:
- An international market leading fans and air movement manufacturer;
- An international automotive manufacturing group; and
- An international designer and manufacturer of high technology engineering solutions.
If you would like us to draft T&Cs for your business, have any questions about your business’s current T&Cs or require assistance in updating your own, please contact Thomas Emmett on 01245 453847 or alternative contact Thomas by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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