Terms & Conditions
Start as you mean to go on
Terms and conditions are vital to your business and will be one of the first legal documents that you need. They set out the terms which you apply to the relationship you will have with your customers or clients and most of all protect you should something go wrong.
One size does not fit all and you will find that even the most basic terms of business will need to be tailored to suit your specific business. Details such as payment terms, warranties, timelines for delivery, and how the contract will end may change depending on what you are selling and who you are selling it to. As with all contracts avoiding ambiguity is key.
You must consider everything that may go wrong
Experience is a blessing when it comes to writing terms and conditions as they are best written once you have considered everything that could go wrong. This is why it is best to have your terms written or checked by a legal professional before using them.
We have experience in acting for many different businesses whether they sell goods or services. We want our clients to have terms and conditions that work for them and can be understood and used by people in their organisation.