Terms & Conditions

Well-drafted Terms & Conditions are vital to your business. Your T&Cs are the legally binding contract between your company and its clients / customers, and they’re an important tool in protecting your business. What happens in circumstances of non-payment or late payment? What if there’s a delay in delivery that wasn’t your fault? Your T&Cs will clearly set out the answer to these issues. They limit your liability and reduce your exposure to financial risk. Most importantly, your T&Cs align your expectations of the contract with your client’s. Everybody is on the same page about their obligations and what happens in the event of problems that crop up from time to time in business.

What you will get from this service

  • A 30-minute conversation to align objectives. Let your lawyer know the risk areas for your business and any particular issues from which you require protection.
  • You receive professionally drafted Terms & Conditions which you can use in your business transactions. The document is compliant with legislation and protects your business, as far as possible, from the risks that you and your lawyer have identified.

What this service will enable you to do

With Terms & Conditions in place, you can begin trading with peace of mind that your business is compliant with legislation and protected. There’s a clear understanding between you and your clients of your respective responsibilities and obligations under the contract. You have robust recourse in the event of a default (such as non-payment or late payment of an invoice).

What happens after I hire a lawyer?

1. Onboarding

You send your lawyer proof of ID and address and your lawyer checks for conflicts. You send any relevant documentation to your lawyer. Your lawyer send you a client engagement letter to sign and return.

2. Personal Consultation

Choose between a phone, online or face-to-face meeting with your lawyer

3. Draft documentation

Your lawyer sends you a draft version of the document for you to review

4. Revisions and approval

You review the draft, provide comments if necessary, and request revisions. Your lawyer will provide you with another iteration, incorporating your changes as far as possible. Once you’re happy with the document, you approve the final version.

5. Leave a review of your Experience

Leave a review for Legal Drop and your lawyer