Terms & Conditions Solicitors
Your standard Terms & Conditions document can set the tone for all of your business dealings, so it’s an important document that can easily get overlooked. We recommend that you take professional legal advice to get this document right and to ensure that it gets reviewed regularly.
This document limits your liability, can help you prevent missed and overdue payments and could help avoid disputes and legal action.
Our specialist team provides expert legal advice in different languages to clients who have been involved in a wide range of different legal matters, including business and commercial law.
What should my terms & conditions document include?
The content depends on many factors, not least the nature of your business and the way that you trade with customers. Some examples of the things it might contain include:
- Details of the goods and services to be provided
- Payment and credit terms
- Delivery arrangements
- Data protection rights and processes
- Processes for faulty or dissatisfactory products
Your document may require any number of other clauses, which is why we strongly recommend that you get professional legal advice to address the specific needs of your business and ensure that it is fit for purpose.
It’s important to point out that key customers may demand their own specific terms and conditions, with some additional clauses, before they will trade with you. This is common with larger businesses, especially those with their own procurement department. Should that happen, you will need to trade on different terms with those customers, whilst other customers will trade with you on your standard terms.
Even if your key customers demand their own terms and conditions, it’s still vital that you have a robust standard set of terms and conditions for your other customers.
How do I get the legal advice I need for my standard terms and conditions document?
Call us on 0208 1111 911 or contact us through the website and we’ll discuss your circumstances with you. There is no cost for the initial call and we’ll discuss your business so we can understand your specific requirements. We’ll then advise the legal steps you need to take and provide a breakdown of any fees you’ll need to pay, before you start working with us.