For many companies, committing agreements to paper in a contract is a necessary evil. But if this is done properly, it can actually strengthen the partnership and generally avoid future discussions and problems. For example, if the collaboration turns out differently than expected, invoices are not paid or you are held liable for a mistake made by an employee. Questions we frequently encounter are:
- Must I accept the contracts and standard terms and conditions of the other party?
- How can I conclude an understandable and reasonable contract that really suits our company?
- Which risks do I run and do I want to accept them?
- The partnership is working well; what now?
For us, it is a priority to ensure good contractual records of the agreements reached for professional organisations. With advice during negotiations or terminating contracts, drawing up good standard terms and conditions and supplying made-to-measure contracts, we ensure the best possible result. With due regard for retaining a good commercial relationship with your contracting party, we offer clear insight into the opportunities and risks.
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