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Bhavini Kalaria
How to Make Your Contracts Bullet-Proof

Not all contracts are created equal, and the wrong phrasing or a missing clause could mean the difference between a successful or unsuccessful claim. The only way to make your contract enforceable in Court is by having an experienced solicitor carefully draft the agreement and by including certain key clauses. Confidentiality clause A confidentiality or […]

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Bhavini Kalaria
How to Enforce a Verbal Contract

Verbal contracts are a common occurrence for the self-employed, with deals often being settled over the phone or with a handshake over a cup of coffee. However, verbal contracts can prove problematic when agreements fall through or when there are misunderstandings. This can leads to disputes which may be damaging to your reputation and that […]

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Kishan Bhatt
What to Include in Your Terms of Business

Your company’s terms of business, also referred to as its ‘terms and conditions’ are one of the most important legal documents your business will need, as they specify all of your business’ legal policies in respect of the products or services it provides to customers. Well drafted terms and conditions can limit your liability, help […]

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Kishan Bhatt
Which Company Structure is Right for Me?

Choosing the right legal structure for your business is the first important decision you’ll make as an entrepreneur, as the type of entity you choose will determine a wide range of factors, from how you’re taxed to who will handle your business’ daily operations. The different legal entities When registering (incorporating) your business with Companies […]

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Bhavini Kalaria
What Are Your Obligations as the Director of a Company?

Being a company director carries a great deal of weight and responsibility. As such, fulfilling the obligations of that position is of paramount importance—not only for the welfare of the company, but to protect yourself from possible liabilities as well. Statutory responsibilities Under the Companies Act 2006 (the Act), company directors in the UK are […]

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