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15 Contract Drafting Essentials for Non-Lawyers: Recommended by Experts

If you have a startup, drafting contracts is supposed to be an everyday affair - whether it is a partnership contract with a co-founder, a supplier contract for goods or a terms of service contract with a customer. There are tons of different types of contracts that you may need to make on an everyday affair and for most, you might now get the help of a lawyer - unless, you are willing to shell out a lot of money. Therefore, we asked the experts - what are the essentials that a small business has to know when it's drafting a contract without the help of  a lawyer? Now, before we begin, a word of warning - drafting a contract is pretty difficult and your business will usually run based on the contract for a couple of years. As such, we do provide contract drafting services . But, if you need a free consultation to make your decision, do shoot us an email . #1. Develop a Framework for the Contract According to M. Salman Ravala, Esq , a contracts and business disputes lawyer in New

How to Make Contracts on Your Own: All That You Need to Consider

Article by Sugandha Nagariya . How to Properly Frame Contracts: All That You Need to Consider Contract is an agreement which is generally required in a professional or a business – oriented world and thus drafting a contract requires a lot of expertise and professionalism. Knowing how to draft a contract is an important skill to acquire by a lawyer, entrepreneur, freelancer, employee, employer or human resource professional as it saves you from legal difficulties arising in future, related to the agreement made. So, in this article I’ll go through HOW TO DRAFT A CONTRACT and what are the pre and post conditions which you need to keep in mind while drafting the same. What Is A Contract A contract is an agreement between the parties to enter into a legal relationship which binds them to certain clauses and obligations. Section 10 of the Act, 1872 says “All agreements are contracts if they are made by the free consent of parties competent to contract, for a lawfu