Commercial Agreements – Terms and Conditions
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Commercial Agreements – Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions are often given a low priority by businesses. By having a robust set of terms and conditions in place you are protecting your business from disputes, alongside setting out how they should be handled if the need arises.

Although there are significant benefits of implementing Terms and Conditions, they can be subject to many legal and practical limitations, which is why it is always recommended you seek advice early on.

Our team of Solicitors can help you draft a wide range of Terms & Conditions that are tailored to reflect the aims and objectives of your company.


Commercial Terms and Conditions

Terms & Conditions

No matter whether you sell online or offline, if you have a business that provides goods or services, you should have clear Terms and Conditions to identify to consumers how you operate the business.

These will cover aspects including price, timings of delivery and what should happen if one party fails to make their payments.

We believe that preparation is key to preventing disputes arising as they are costly, stressful and time consuming.

Everyone hopes that once they sign a contract there will be no need to revisit it. However, a Commercial Agreement is there to fall back on in case things do go wrong.

Our Commercial Solicitors can assist you by ensuring that you have a well-drafted Commercial Agreement in place, that will be far less costly than having to pursue legal action.

Commercial Terms & Conditions

Standard Terms and Conditions should be regularly reviewed to ensure that they comply with legislative changes and the business activities of the company.

The purpose of having Terms and Conditions in place is to provide all parties involved in a transaction with clarity and certainty about their respective rights and responsibilities to minimise the potential for a dispute.

Our team of Commercial Solicitors can assist you by reviewing, advising and implementing Terms and Conditions surrounding:

  • Exclusion of liability.
  • Pre-contract representations.
  • Security for payment.
  • Warranties and indemnities.
  • Confidentiality clauses.

Your Terms and Conditions should be clear and avoid the use of industry terms so that your clients understand what it is they are agreeing to by using your service or purchasing your goods.

Our team of Commercial Solicitors can ensure that your Terms and Conditions will be bespoke to your business and tailored to your specific needs and requirements.


One of the main benefits of having a legal expert draft your Terms and Conditions is the consistency you will be able to provide to your clients. Having an agreed set of Terms and Conditions helps you to manage client expectations with regards to delivery and payment, so that you avoid ending up with disappointed clients whose expectations haven’t been met.

We assist clients on drafting Terms and Conditions for businesses of all sizes and industries.

Our Fees

Where possible we will offer a fixed fee, so you will know what the costs are from the start. For more complex or uncertain projects, we will provide you with an estimate of the likely fees involved and keep you updated throughout the matter.

How to get in contact

Our Commercial Law Solicitors are on hand to provide expert advice and assist you wherever you are based. Please call us for a no-obligation, initial discussion on 01256 460830 or email [email protected].

Our offices are based in Basingstoke and we assist clients across the country.

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