Any business that enters into a contract for products or services requires a watertight set of terms and conditions. It’s the best way to protect their interests. At Nath Solicitors in London we have an expertise in contract law built up over 30 years. We create bespoke, robust terms and conditions that can adapt to your business as it evolves.

What do standard terms and conditions need to cover?

We will advise on and draft a set of terms and conditions designed specifically for your business. Your customers and suppliers will have a written record of how you conduct your business. Your terms and conditions should include:

  • the price of your product or service
  • the delivery method of your product or service
  • payment terms and methods
  • how you will deal with any overdue payments
  • cancellation methods
  • confidentiality clauses (if applicable)
  • refund and return policy
  • complaints procedure
  • data protection policies
  • changes in agreement procedures

 

How we work

Our solicitors will meet with you to discuss in detail what you need to achieve from your terms and conditions. You will be able to contact your solicitor directly to ask questions or add further details during the planning and drafting stage.

Once we have agreed on the contents of your terms and conditions, we will meet with you again to ensure the document is drafted in accordance with your house style.

 

How we can help

At Nath Solicitors, we understand that every business is unique. Having advised businesses of all sizes, from SMEs to multi-national corporations, we know the best questions to ask to understand your organisation and how to fully protect its commercial interests.

We will draft bespoke terms and conditions to fit your organisation. Due to our many years’ experience in commercial and contract law, we will bring to your attention any considerations you may not have thought of, in order to ensure that the final terms and conditions are truly comprehensive.

To discuss how we can assist you with creating and drafting terms and conditions for your business, call our London office on 0203 670 5540 or contact us online.