Make Sure Your Contract Stands Up
When a misunderstanding occurs in business your last line of defence is a signed contract assuming of course one was put in place to begin with.
Whether your document stands up depends on
- how well it was drafted and
- whether the types of legal provisions and clauses used in it protect your individual needs.
Our Contract Preparation Book provides you with a range of tips, hints, and legal secrets to make sure that your contracts stand up.
It reveals in everyday plain English everything you need to know about using legal documents.
Read it and avoid time-consuming, high-fee, behind closed-door consultations with legal advisers.
Be Clear and Concise - Say what you Mean, Mean what you Say
One of the most common areas where a contract can let you down is when it contains "double meanings" or ambiguities. The safest possible way to avoid having it torn-apart is by making sure it includes well-defined clauses, which only embody CLEAR and concise meanings.
This new guide covers "Power Clauses" and vital areas as:
- How to avoid expensive legal fees,
- asset protection,
- advice of counsel,
- before signing on the dotted line,
- statement of the parties,
- reducing lawsuit risks,
- and how to sign legal documents so that you avoid liability,
- and much more
The Contract Preparation Guide is available as a Bonus with most of our individual documents.