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Contracts Solicitors Glasgow | Legal Advice on Agreements

Contract agreements are used to ensure on the day-to-day basis in today’s world. Whether you are dealing with customers, suppliers or entering into business relationships with other parties, contracts are an essential tool to protect yourself from any potential disputes or problems that might arise in the future. At Jones Whyte, we understand that Scottish contract law is a very complex area, which can be very difficult to understand. This is why our aim is to ensure that we provide all of our clients with guidance when drafting contract agreements, explaining the process involved every step of the way.

Contract disputes can not only be stressful but also very time consuming. This is why at Jones Whyte, we work towards ensuring that the clauses included within a contract are secure, legally biding and will not be easily challenged.

Although, every contract is different, there are key clauses that most contracts will contain. Some of them will include the following:

  • Parties to the contract
  • Definitions
  • Obligations of the suppliers and the customers
  • Terms and termination
  • Confidentiality
  • Fees and payment
  • Intellectual property
  • Liability
  • Restrictive covenants and non-solicitation

Our team of contract agreements lawyers work with businesses and individuals across Scotland drafting, reviewing and finalising matters in all aspects of contract agreements. Regardless of your individual and business legal needs, our team will ensure that you are provided with advice tailored to your desired requirements and goals. A well-drafted contract will minimise the levels of confusion between the parties and will ensure that any potential of future disputes is minimised.

At Jones Whyte, our team of specialist contracts agreements lawyers will provide you with professional and efficient service, tailored to your individual needs and budget. To discuss the process of drafting a contract agreement, please call our team today on 0131 278 3423 or contact us on here.

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