Terms of Business

Terms of business drafted specifically for your firm can deal with how the contract with a customer or supplier is brought into existence and a range of other issues including terms of payment, limitations and exclusions of liability, retention of title and the extent to which you guarantee any product. 

The terms must be properly incorporated into the contract if they are to be effective – if they are not they will have no bearing on the contractual relationship between you and your customer or supplier.

Hugh Middlemass has extensive knowledge of who to best draft terms that will be beneficial for your business.

Contact Hugh on hsm@winstonsolicitors.co.uk or call 0113 3205000 to obtain advice today.

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