Contracts, are in essence, legally enforceable agreements. If a contract is not binding, it is essentially useless. Contracts require a number of specific legal matters to be binding on the parties.
Importantly to the contracting parties, there needs to be certainty of each party’s roles, obligations, responsibilities and also equally, there needs to be clarity as to the remuneration, reward or quid-pro-quo.
Even certain clauses within an otherwise binding contractual document may be found to be unenforceable (as often occur with over-zealous Restraint of Trade clauses in Employment agreements, or unduly harsh penalty clauses in default terms), due to contravention or inconsistency with established precedent or legislative provisions.
JosephDavid Lawyers are highly experienced in reviewing and advising, drafting and negotiating contracts. We’ve reviewed, drafted or negotiated thousands of contracts during our many years of legal practice, from loan agreements to sale agreements, employment agreements to shareholder agreements.
We provide a Fixed Price upfront, depending on the nature of the agreement and the complexity of the subject matter.
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Most importantly, the need for an effective contract is to avoid or minimise litigation, even in the event of a breach of the contract by one of the parties. Spending a couple of thousand of dollars ensuring you understand and accept fully the terms of a contract (before signing it) will save you tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars in litigation and possible loss and damages claims by the other party.
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