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We offer a wide range of contracts and agreements that protect you, your business and all third parties. Have a look through the contracts we offer and what they mean to you and your business. If the contract you require isn't listed, we'd love to hear from you. 

 

 

Service Agreements 

Subcontracting Agreements

Confidentiality Agreements

Sales of Goods Agreements  

Partnership Agreements   

 

 

 

Terms and conditions for supply of services to consumers via a website 

Website Privacy Policy 

Website Terms & Conditions

Email Footer Disclaimer 

Terms and conditions for sale of goods to consumers via a website​

Data protection and data security policy   ​

Dissolution of partnership deed 

A services agreement is an agreement between two parties (customer and supplier) for the supply of services. It sets out the agreed terms between both parties for the provision of services. Terms include: details of the services to be provided; payment; how liability is to be limited and ownership of intellectual property created under this agreement.

 

    

A subcontracting agreement is an agreement between a main contractor and a person or company (a subcontractor) delegating part of the main contractor’s work or obligations. It sets out the subcontracted services, pricing and payment, change control, i.e. procedure for any changes in the services provided and the liability limit for defaulted or defective services.

 

    

A confidentiality agreement (also known as non-disclosure agreement) is a legal contract that offers protection where two or more parties will be disclosing confidential information to each other.

 

   

Ensure that your sale of goods and services are recorded in a formal, legally binding contract. This sale of goods contract will help protect both parties by keeping a record of the details included in the sale. It covers the sale of goods which are owned by the seller, the description of what is to be bought, and the price, including delivery and return fees. All the relevant information required when a transfer of goods and services are being exchanged are stated here, covering the warranty and limitation of liability.

 

 

A partnership agreement is used when two or more partners engage in a business with a view to making a profit. It sets out each partner’s rights and responsibilities, provisions for running the business day-to-day and what happens if a partner dies or the partnership dissolves.

 

   

Terms and conditions for the supply of services via a website (also known as T&Cs) should be used if you want to supply services online to a consumer on standard terms. They should cover key issues such as orders, supply, customer responsibilities, pricing, payment, data protection, guarantees, liability, cancellation and termination.

 

   

A website privacy policy outlines your business’ practices in relation to the collection, storage and use of personal data gathered on your website. Examples of data include names, dates of birth, contact details or credit card details. It sets out the purpose of data collection on your website, the types of information collected and the scope and limitation of data processing on your website.

 

    

Website terms and conditions give information about a website’s content and how visitors are and are not permitted to use it.

 

   

An email disclaimer is a notice, or warning added to an email which is designed to try to protect the outgoing sender from breaches of confidentiality, propagation of viruses, contractual claims and employee liability.

 

    

Terms and conditions for the sale of goods to consumers via a website (also known as T&Cs) should be used if you want to sell goods online to a consumer on standard terms. They should cover key issues such as orders, delivery, pricing, payment, guarantees, cancellation, liability, data privacy and security.

 

 

A data protection policy is a comprehensive document that sets out the policies and procedures a business will comply with when dealing with information and data.

 

   

A dissolution of partnership deed is a document whereby business partners decide to terminate a partnership. It sets out the terms under which the partners agree to dissolve and wind-up the partnership, and outlines each step of the dissolution process.

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