We will draft terms and conditions that will save you from expensive
future conflicts and time-consuming inconveniences.

COMMERCIAL LAW

Correctly drafted and incorporated terms and conditions are a requirement for every business. Having them in place is much less costly than taking legal action against non-paying customers.

Our experts have extensive expertise of drafting terms and conditions for the supply or purchase of goods and services.

We also provide guidance in relation to the latest consumer legislation and ensure that the terms and conditions are legally compliant with consumer law.

An area that is often overlooked is incorporating the terms and conditions into contract formation. We provide detailed advice on this issue to ensure that your terms and conditions are properly incorporated and legally enforceable.

Our experts understand the risks that could affect your business, so we will create terms and conditions that give your company the protection it needs.

Once these terms and conditions are correctly incorporated, you can have peace of mind that your business is protected. You will know that your customers are clear on pricing, payment procedures, service performance standards and late payment consequences.

To speak to one of our experts, call 0113 418 2055 or request a call back at a time convenient for you. You can also drop us an email at hello@rinewlegal.co.uk.

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