If you wonder why you should bother with business contracts, think for a moment: whether or not you write down the terms, you will be entering into contracts with other people all the time – with your suppliers, your customers or clients and your employees and /or consultants. In addition, unless you are a one-person business, you will need an agreement with your partners or fellow shareholders on how the business will be financed and managed and how decisions will be taken.
Your new business will benefit because professionally drafted contracts will:
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Business relationships are made up of a whole range of different relationships between a business and its suppliers, customers, representatives, agents and distributors.
In addition, a business will sometimes enter into a joint venture with another company to bid for or carry out a project. You'll find here all kinds of business contracts designed to establish and manage these alliances.
We have put here a few of our most popular legal documents for running your business, such as employment contracts, partnership contracts and other general business contracts; but there are too many to list them all on this page so please browse the related categories by following the blue links below.
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Whether you are already working in more than one country or you want to expand your business activities into new territories, we have a wide range of specialist legal documents written by international lawyers for use in international business agreements.We can also supply custom international law contracts for you - see the Legal Services section.
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