A business needs contracts to govern day to day interactions. These common types of contracts are trading terms and conditions, supplier agreements, and sub-contracts and may form the legal backbone of your business.
There are other types of contracts you may need reviewed or drafted from time to time:
- Shareholder agreements;
- Joint venture agreements;
- Business sale agreement;
- Confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements;
- Franchise agreements;
- Loan agreements;
- Distribution agreements;
- Licence agreements; and
- Consultancy and contractor agreements.
A contract described as a ‘standard’ contract is not necessarily fair or reasonable. At NB Lawyers we regularly review contracts and provide relevant and practical advice to ensure our clients understand their obligations. At NB Lawyers, we also draft commercial contracts. In addition to the types of contract set out above, we regularly assist clients by preparing customised agreements catering to unique business needs