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Importance of Legal Contracts

It is well known that all companies are required to use business documents if they want to stay in legal operation. After all, if you don’t protect your business against false claims you probably aren’t fit to be running a company in the first place. However, there is confusion about the many different types of business documents templates which are available to be used today. We believe that you shouldn’t have to pay the earth for over the top fees charged by law firms and solicitors when drawing up legal documents, which is why we offer a wide selection of templates to cover all of your business needs. Here is a quick look at some of the most widely used documents that we offer.

Business Documents
Our business documents consist of a massive range of professionally drafted and fully editable documents which are designed to help companies communicate and draw up contracts with their clients and suppliers in a legally acceptable fashion. When it comes to providing business services it is important that your company has a written service agreement which informs clients of their rights and obligations when they decide to invest in your products. It is also important for the majority of companies to have a Terms and Conditions document which informs people of their consumer rights.

Corporate Documents
Corporate Documents are designed to deal with legal issues such as drawing up partnership agreements or appointing company directors. You will need corporate documents in order to protect the business if things start to turn sour. For example, if a company director is refusing to do their job properly you will find it far easier to get rid of them if you can prove that they have broken the contract and agreement that they signed up for in the first place.

Employment Documents
When it comes to employees it is always better to be safe rather than sorry. Make sure that your company possesses a valid health and safety policy statement so that you are potentially covered in the event of a work place accident. You will also need to write employee contracts which protect the rights of both the individual and the business. The last thing that you want to happen as a business owner is for one of your ex-employees to sue you for compensation, so it is well worth investing in the proper legal templates.

Property Documents
No matter what type of business you run, the chances are that you will need an office or workshop to operate from in the first place. The majority of people choose to have dedicated business addresses rather than working from home, in which case you will need to make sure that you are covered by professional lease agreements. If you let out or rent a property it is essential to read through property agreement documents properly to ensure that you are happy with the terms and conditions. All our templates can be customised to meet your business needs.

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