Walker Thomas Solicitors are experts in identifying and drafting, the precise Terms and Conditions that your business needs to ensure it is protected.
All businesses should have Business Terms and Conditions for each of the following: 1. Customers 2. Suppliers 3. Website
Whether you are supplying goods or supplying services Walker Thomas will assess if it is appropriate for your business to have standard T&C‘s which remain unedited and are issued to each and every customer or client, or if you necessitate a bespoke contract which would set out the requirements, and obligations, of both parties to the transaction. T&C’s set out the basis in which you will do business. They are your rules for your customer to follow if they want to enter into a transaction with you.
How does your customer know what you expect from them if you do not tell them?
Standard T&C’s clearly prescribes to potential customers the commitments you make to them and obligations they have to you, should you agree to proceed with the contact or transaction.
The use of standard Terms and Conditions can raise various issues relating to the difficulties involved in ensuring that your customer accepts the standard terms without amendment or substituting for their own standard terms. If you want your customer to be bound by your terms it is essential that you issue a copy of your T&C in advance of them committing to the purchase of a service, or goods, from your business.
Walker Thomas Solicitors will identify if your business should opt for Standard Terms and Condition whereby you issue the same Terms to each and every customer, or alternatively we will advise and draft bespoke Terms relating to a specific transaction. Either way effective incorporation of your Terms is key.
We will guide you through how to use the Terms. If you, like many, have your existing Terms on the back of an invoice, essentially giving them to your customer post transaction then then you are not successfully incorporating your terms and you cannot rely on them.
Our Business and Commercial Law solicitors have been instructed to draft:
- Supply of Goods T&C’s
- Supply of Services T&C’s
- Website T&C (Term of Use)
Our Business and Commercial law solicitors will advise on the following Terms:
- Intellectual Property
- Order process
- Payment Process
- Dispute Resolution
- Sub-contracting / Assignment
- Data Protection
We work with you to ensure that our fees are clear, transparent and affordable.
We will explore funding option with you depending on your work type.
Get in Touch
To speak to us about drafting or reviewing your exiting Terms and Conditions call our Expert Terms & Conditions Lawyers on 02078421868 or email us at email@example.com.