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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 Draft an Agreement or a Contract: All You Need to Consider

Article by Sugandha Nagariya. How to Properly Draft Agreements and Contracts: The Definitive Guide 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 the nitty-gritties on How to Create a Contract (i.e., Agreement), 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.   “All agreements are contracts if they are made by the free consent of parties competent to contract, for a lawful consideration and with a lawful object, and are not under any law expressly declared to be void.”   Before drafting a contract, knowing  the fundamentals required for a valid