Contracts provide the legal framework for any agreed commercial activity between two or more parties.
They should be clearly drafted, reflect reality and strike a reasonable balance between the commercial interests of the parties. Businesses usually need standard conditions of business which define and limit the liability of the business, and provide a safety net if things go wrong.
Joint Venture Agreements are used to regulate the contributions, rights and obligations of the parties engaging in a joint commercial enterprise with others, where that enterprise is not incorporated. Typical examples of other contracts we draft include:
- Agency and distribution agreements
- Management agreements
- Consultancy contracts
- Success fee agreements
- Building contracts
- Framework agreements
- Licensing agreements
- Joint Venture Agreements